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The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 



Sixty- Third 

Annual Report 

for the Year 

1970 



This Report is published pursuant to The Power Commission Act, 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, Chapter 300, Section 10. 



620 University Ave. 



Toronto, Canada 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



George E. Gathercole, ll.d. 
Chairman 



Robert J. Boyer, m.p.p. 
Vice-Chairman 



Lt. Col. A. A. Kennedy, d.s.o., e.d. Dr. J. D. Fleming 

Commissioner Commissioner 



E. B. Easson 
Secretary 



D. J. Gordon 
General Manager 



E. H. Banks D. B. Ireland 

Assistant General Manager Assistant General Manager 

Finance Regions and Marketing 



O. S. Russell 

Assistant General Manager 
Personnel 



H. J. Sissons, m.b.e. H. a. Smith, m.b.e. 

Assistant General Manager Chief Engineer 

Services 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Toronto, Ontario, April 6, 1971 



The Honourable W. Ross Macdonald, p.c, c.d., q.c, ll.d. 
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

Sir: 

I take pleasure in presenting on behalf of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario its 63rd Annual Report, for the year ending December 31, 1970. 

An auspicious entry into the new decade in 1970 was marked by the installation 
of 1 .2 miUion kilowatts of new generating capacity, which enabled us to keep pace 
with the advancing electric energy needs of our customers. Despite a generally lower 
level of economic activity, and the incidence of strikes in sections of the automotive 
industry, primary peak demands exceeded demands for the previous year by 7 per 
cent. They were, however, slightly below forecast levels because of these economy 
retarding factors, and the shortfall would have been even more apparent if peak 
demands had not been supported by heating loads over a period of lower than normal 
temperatures at the time. Primary energy requirements were greater than in 1969 
by more than 8 per cent. This performance in the face of a slow-down in the economy 
and an upward movement in costs and rates confirms our expectation that demands 
for electric power will continue to double every ten to twelve years. 

There are those who are genuinely, and indeed appropriately, concerned with the 
effect that such growth may have on the quality of our environment. The electric- 
power industry, however, is fully confident that it can support an expanding economy, 
and at the same time make that economy more efficient, and the environment cleaner 
and healthier. In this regard, electricity has considerable positive value if it is used in 
increasing measure for heating, air conditioning, and transportation. It can be par- 
ticularly beneficial if applied for industrial purposes, for the treatment of sewage and 
the disposal of garbage through the recycling of paper, glass, metal, and other waste 
products of our society, and also for the purification of the air and water so essential 
to our health. 



One must of course recognize that some pollution is inevitable in the process of 
generating electricity at thermal-electric stations. The Commission, in common with 
other major forward-looking utilities, has already invested substantial amounts of 
money in plant facilities for the rigorous control of this undesirable effect. A prime 
example is the 700-foot chimney now being constructed at the Richard L. Hearn 
Generating Station at a cost of approximately $8.7 million. In modern thermal- 
electric stations, tall chimneys of this type minimize any harmful effect of gas i 
emissions, combustion takes place under highly efficient controls, and electrostatic j 
precipitators effectively remove more than 99 per cent of the particulate matter 
resulting from combustion. 

With the generous use of electric power, a "goods" society and a good society 
are not mutually exclusive. We do not have to sacrifice one to achieve the other. We 
can have a clean environment as well as material prosperity. We simply have to , 
work harder to achieve it. Ontario Hydro's responsibility continues to be to ensure ] 
as far as is practicable that the development and growth of this province is not retarded j 
by a lack of electric power. 

1 
Primary peak requirements of the Commission's customers in 1970 exceeded j 

requirements in 1969 by 733,300 kilowatts to reach 11.3 million kilowatts. With the 

1.2-million-kilowatt increase in capacity during the year, the total generating capacity , 

installed in the Commission's stations and available to meet this peak was 12.5 million • 

kilowatts. Units 3 and 4 at Lambton Generating Station, both of 500,000-kilowatt ! 

capacity, were placed in service, bringing this 2,000,000-kilowatt thermal-electric i- 

station on the St. Clair River to its full potential. The balance of the annual increase | 

in capacity was contributed by the 203,300-kilowatt hydro-electric Wells Generating 

Station, on the Mississagi River. 

Projects now under construction include a total of 11.7 million kilowatts in 
conventional and nuclear thermal-electric units at Nanticoke, Pickering, Lennox, 
and Bruce Generating Stations, as well as 228,000 kilowatts in hydro-electric capacity 
at Lower Notch Generating Station, on the Montreal River. 

The years ahead will bring some formidable problems, both technical and financial. 
Inflation is a continuing threat to operating and capital expenditures. Although 
interest rates have subsided from their recent record highs, they are still above levels 
experienced in periods of economic slow-down in the past. Construction and oper- 
ating costs are rising under the pressure of continuing increases in wage levels. The 
general trend to higher operating costs will be even more apparent as we move into 
heavier capital investment in nuclear-electric generation, and face the problems 
inherent in the introduction of prototype equipment. With more than half our station j ; 
capacity now in thermal-electric generation, our fuel bills for coal, oil, and natural 
gas must inevitably rise in the years ahead. 

If our current analysis of cost trends is well founded, a pattern of adjustment in 
rates over the next few years for all classes of customers is indicated. If inflationary 
pressures can indeed be brought under control, and if the high cost of capital con- 
struction can be curbed, the resulting benefit to the economy will be translated into 



stability in the cost of power. There is good reason to point out, however, that rates 
\ in Ontario are still well below those for most utilities in the United States, and the 
' unit cost per kilowatt-hour for electric residential service in Ontario today is lower 

than it was 30 years ago. 

Ontario Hydro has a major role in ensuring that the people of this province all 
share in the benefits of a highly industrial and technologically advanced economy. 
Over the years it has earned widespread renown for its reliable and efficient service, 
to which the dedication and hard work of its staff have been major contributing 
factors. 

With the death of Mr. I. F. McRae in early October, the Commission lost a 
staunch supporter and an able Vice-Chairman. I acknowledge our indebtedness for 
his wise counsel and diligent service. My thanks are also extended to my fellow 
Commissioners, our General Manager, Assistant General Managers, and all members 
' of the staff for their continued co-operation and valued contributions. I would also 
express appreciation for the support and understanding of the Ontario Municipal 
Electric Association and the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities in our 
joint enterprise. 

Respectfully submitted. 



George E. Gathercole 
Chairman 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Letter of Transmittal iii 

List of Tables, Charts, and Diagrams viii 

FOREWORD 1 

Guide to the Report 4 

I OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 6 

Thermal-electric Operations 8 

Maintenance 9 

Communications 10 

II FINANCE 11 

Statement of Operations 13 

Balance Sheet 14 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 16 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges 16 

Source and Application of Funds 18 

Notes to Financial Statements 19 

III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 20 

The Marketing Program 21 

Municipalities 22 

Direct Customers 24 

IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 25 

Progress on Power Developments 26 

Transformer Stations and Transmission Lines 28 

Supply 29 

V RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 30 

VI STAFF RELATIONS 31 

APPENDIX I -OPERATIONS 35 

The Commission's Power Resources 36 

Power and Energy Resources and Requirements 38 

Analysis of Energy Sales 40 

Mileage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 42 



Contents vii 

APPENDIX II -FINANCIAL 43 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet 44 

Allocation of the Cost of Power to Municipalities 50 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through Debt Retirement 

Charges 70 



APPENDIX III -RURAL 78 

Miles of Line and Number of Customers 80 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 1961-1970 83 

SUPPLEMENT - MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 85 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities 94 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 144 

INDEX 166 



TABLES, CHARTS, AND DIAGRAMS 

FOREWORD 

Total Power Resources and Energy Production 3 

Ten-year Statistical Summary 4 

I OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Primary Energy Demand, Seasonally Adjusted 7 

Power Demands and Resources 

East System 8 

West System 9 

II FINANCE 

Investment in Fixed Assets at Cost 12 

III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

Ultimate Customers Served 20 

Power and Energy Supplied to Municipalities 22 

Miles of Line and Number of Customers - Rural 23 

Power and Energy Supplied to Direct Customers 24 

IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

Power Development Program 26 

Expenditures on Capital Construction 1961-1970 27 

V STAFF RELATIONS 

Pension and Insurance Fund Assets 33 

APPENDIX III -RURAL 

Sketch Map of Regions and Areas facing page 78 

SUPPLEMENT -MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

Revenue, Consumption, Number of Customers 1961-1970 86 

Annual Energy Consumption and Average Cost per 

Kilowatt-hour 87 | 

Fixed Assets and Long-term Debt 88 

Revenue 89 



viii 



Sixty-Third Annual Report 
of 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 



Ihe Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario is a corporate entity, a self- 
sustaining public enterprise endowed with broad powers with respect to electricity 
supply throughout the Province of Ontario. Its authority is derived from an Act of 
the Provincial Legislature passed in 1906 to give effect to recommendations of earlier 
advisory commissions that the water powers of Ontario should be conserved and 
developed for the benefit of the people of the Province. It now operates under The 
Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII, c. 19) passed in 1907 as an amplification of 
the Act of 1906 and subsequently modified from time to time (Revised Statutes of 
Ontario, 1960, c. 300, as amended). The Commission may have from three to six 
members, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. Two 
Commissioners may be members of the Executive Council of the Province of Ontario. 

The Power Supply 

The Commission is primarily concerned with the provision of electric power by 
generation or purchase, and its deUvery in bulk either for resale, chiefly by the more 
than 350 municipal electrical utiHties which are co-operatively associated with the 
iCnterprise as a whole, or for use by certain direct customers, for the most part indus- 
'trial. This primary aspect of operations accounts for about ninety per cent of the 



2 Foreicord 

Commission's energy sales. The remaining sales are made to retail customers either in 
rural areas or in certain communities not served by municipal electrical utilities. Apart 
from this particular operation by the Commission, retail service throughout the 
province is generally provided by the associated municipal electrical utiUties, which 
are owned and operated by local commissions functioning under the general super- 
vision of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as provided for in 
The Power Commission Act and The Public Utilities Act. Under this legislation, the 
Commission, in addition to supplying power, is required to exercise certain regulatory 
functions with respect to the municipal utilities served. 

The East and West Systems, which had been formerly separate operating entities, 
were fully integrated in 1970. and though the capacity of the interconnection is a 
limiting factor in the exchange of power, the combined faciHties now form a unified 
provincial network. Administratively, however, the province is still divided into 
seven regions - Western, Niagara, Central. Georgian Bay, Eastern, Northeastern, 
and Northwestern - and each of these is administered from an ofhce suitably located 
in a major city of the region served. 

Financial Features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the Commission and 
its associated municipal electrical utilities is that service is provided at cost. In the 
Commission's operations, cost of service includes payment for power purchased, 
charges for operation, maintenance, and administration, and related fixed charges. 
The fixed charges include interest, an allowance for depreciation, and a provision 
for debt retirement. Other substantial items of cost are the charges covering amor- 
tization of frequency standardization cost, and a provision to the reserve for stabihza- 
tion of rates and contingencies. The municipal utiUties operating under cost contracts 
with the Commission are billed throughout the year at interim rates based on estimates 
of the cost of service. At the end of the year, when the actual cost of service is estab- 
hshed, the necessary balancing adjustments are made in their accounts. Retail rates 
for the municipal utilities are estabHshed at levels calculated to produce revenue 
adequate to meet cost. 

The enterprise from its inception has been self-sustaining. The Province, how- 
ever, guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds and notes issued 
by the Commission and held by the pubUc. In addition, the Province has materially 
assisted the development of agriculture under The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution 
Act by contributing toward the capital cost of extending rural distribution faciHties. 

Annual Summary 

A total of 1,200.000 kilowatts of additional capacity was installed during 1970, j 
two 500,000-kilowatt, thermal-electric units being placed in service at Lambton 
Generating Station, near Sarnia, and two 100,000-kilowatt, hydro-electric units at 
Wells Generating Station, on the Mississagi River. Work proceeded on the construc- 
tion of Pickering Generating Station, near Toronto, where the first of four 540,000- 
kilowatt, nuclear-electric units is scheduled for initial service in 1971, and at Lower . 



Power Resources and Energy Production 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



TOTAL POWER RESOURCES AND ENERGY PRODUCTION 



MILLION 
KILOWATTS 
- 16 



DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 
OF POWER PURCHASED 



OF COMMISSION STATIONS: 

thermal-electric 



hydro-electric 



T 

1950 



ANNUAL ENERGY PRODUCTION 
PURCHASED 



T 

1955 



T 
1960 



1965 



T 

1970 



BILLION 
KILOWATT-HOURS 



GENERATED: 

at thermal-electric stations 
at hydro-electric stations 



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1950 



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1955 



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1965 



1970 



4 Foreword 

Notch Generating Station, on the Montreal River, where two 114,000-kilowatt, 
hydro-electric units will be placed in service also in 1971. Construction continued at 
the sites of Bruce, Nanticoke, and Lennox Generating Stations. 

In its pursuit of solutions to operating problems which may adversely affect the 
total environment, the Commission has given considerable effective support to in- 
vestigations for the control of sulphur dioxide emission from thermal-electric stations, 
and has initiated a number of studies related to environmental control and improve- 
ment, whether of air, water, or general environment amenities. A decision of major 
importance was the plan to convert four of the coal-fired furnaces at Richard L. Hearn 
Generating Station to the use of gas and four to the use of coal or gas or of both 
in combination. Excellent progress was made on the construction of the 700-foot 
chimney, which will eliminate the concentration of flue gases in any harmful quantity. 

GUIDE TO THE REPORT 

The main body of the text in this Report is similar to that already published in 
illustrated form in Ontario Hydro 1970. The sections into which the text is here 
divided are supplemented by three statistical appendices, and statistics which were 
necessarily preliminary in Ontario Hydro 1970 are either revised or confirmed in 
this Report. 



STATISipi 



Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kw 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kw 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kwh 

Primary million kwh 

Secondary million kwh 

Annual energy sold by the Commission million kwh 

Annual revenue of the Commission (net after refunds) million 1 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 

Transmission line circuit miles 

Primary rural distribution line circuit miles 

Average number of employees in year 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 

Ultimate customers served by the Commission and municipal utilities thousands 



Statistical Summary 5 

The Operations Section deals with the generation, purchase, and deUvery of 
power, as well as other aspects of system operation such as weather conditions, 
maintenance, forestry, and the purchase of equipment and material. Supplementary 
tables are in Appendix I. Section II - Finance includes the Operating Statement, 
the Balance Sheet, and other statements of primary or special financial interest, while 
its related Appendix II presents supporting schedules and accounts, including the 
statements listing municipal equities accumulated through debt retirement charges, 
and the statement showing the allocation of the cost of primary power to the munic- 
ipaHties. Marketing and services to customers are the subjects of Section III, which 
is supplemented in Appendix III by statistical information on rural electrical service. 
Engineering and construction of facilities for the generation, transmission, and 
delivery of power are dealt with in Section IV, and a brief summary is given in Section 
V on the progress of some of the tests and investigations being carried out by the 
Commission's Research Division. Section VI deals with items of employee relations, 
training, and staff administration. 

A large part of the Report is devoted to aspects of retail service to ultimate cus- 
tomers, especially that provided by the municipal electrical utihties. The commentary 
on these activities and the statistical tables applicable to them are brought together 
in a supplement to the Report entitled Municipal Electrical Service, beginning on 
page 85. 



iUMARY 1961-70 



19 1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


7/3 7,756 


7,776 


8,199 


8,464 


8,995 


10,338 


11,242 


12,670 


6,797 


7,210 


7,818 


8,565 


8,964 


9,994 


10,555 


11,289 


41,471 


44,399 


47,528 


51,753 


54,615 


58,693 


62,449 


68,074 


37,644 


40,632 


43,584 


48,056 


51,357 


55,789 


59,426 


64,289 


3,827 


3,767 


3,944 


3,697 


3,258 


2,904 


3,023 


3,785 


38,466 


41,115 


44,213 


47,944 


50,725 


54,816 


58,413 


63,815 


270 


289 


311 


336 


367 


415 


469 


534 


2,665 


2,762 


2,894 


3,125 


3,361 


3,669 


4,098 


4,588 


108 


110 


150 


211 


252 


329 


447 


511 


2,753 


2,824 


2,987 


3,190 


3,443 


3,749 


4,129 


4,613 


1,959 


1,999 


2,106 


2,237 


2,400 


2,618 


2,906 


3,276 


18,642 


18,826 


19,050 


19,342 


19,492 


19,908 


20,037 


21,208 


^V; 48,993 


49,173 


49,435 


49,863 


50,316 


50,534 


51,320 


51,777 


'^.^' 14,387 


14,531 


14,996 


15,361 


16,651 


19,550 


21,686 


22,584 


355 


357 


360 


358 


^ 355 


354 


354 


353 


M^ 2,042 


2,096 


2,142 


2,188 


2,246 


2,292 


2,344 


2,389 



SECTION I 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Xrimary power requirements on the Commission's province-wide network reached 
an annual peak on December 22, when in conjunction with generally below-normal 
temperatures and overcast skies they rose to 11,289 megawatts. This was 6.9 per cent 
greater than 1969 requirements. Primary energy requirements rose by 8.2 per cent to 
64,289 million kilowatt-hours. The margin of growth in the East System was ab- 
normally high, the moderating effect of a strike in the automobile industry in 1970 
being more than matched by the effects in 1969 of strikes in the mining industry. 

The dependable peak capacity of the Commission's resources was increased 
during 1970 to 12,670 megawatts, largely represented by two thermal-electric units 
added at Lambton Generating Station and two hydro-electric units brought into 
service at Wells Generating Station on the Mississagi River. A downward revision in 
the capacity of purchased-power resources followed the termination of long-term 
contracts with the Gatineau Power Company and the Maclaren Quebec Power 
Company. 

Total energy production for the year amounted to 68,074 million kilowatt-hours, 
35,714 miUion being generated at hydro-electric stations, 22,128 miUion at conven- 
tional thermal-electric stations, and 9,821 miUion being purchased. The remainder 



Primary Energy Demand 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

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MEGAWATTS 





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ENERGY DEMAND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 

By the application of appropriate statistical factors to the raw data on energy use month by month, it is possible 
to eliminate the regularly recurring seasonal pattern of load fluctuation so that the prevailing direction of 
periodic change, and the effect of significant but other than seasonal variables are more clearly apparent. 

The more than usually erratic movement in the seasonally adjusted energy demands is evidence of the uncertain 
economic climate during 1 970, first through a five-month period of no underlying growth, followed by four 
months of accelerated expansion, and a later falling ofF in growth attributable largely to the effect of a strike 
in the automotive industry. 



was produced by diesel and combustion-turbine units, and at the Nuclear Power 
Demonstration Station. 



Stream flows in general were good in 1970. Of the four major rivers that serve as a 
measure of year-to-year conditions, the St. Lawrence, Niagara, and Ottawa Rivers 
had annual mean flows in excess of their ten-year moving averages by 12, 11, and 7 
per cent respectively, but the Abitibi River fell short of this moving average by 
18 per cent. 

On July 22, integration of the East and West Systems was completed, and parallel 
operation of the systems was inaugurated through facihties of the Great Lakes Power 
Corporation. The Company had previously eff'ected transfers of power between the 
systems, but only by isolating part of its own power generation to supply the West 
System. On August 24, when the final 230-kv section of transmission line was placed 
in service between Mississagi and Wawa Transformer Stations, interconnection 
entirely over Commission-owned facilities was established. 



8 Operation of the Systems 

On two occasions in late August, extremely high winds resulted in extensive 
damage to extra-high-voltage and other transmission lines in the vicinity of Sudbury 
and Orange ville. Sustained outages of six days and five days respectively were required 
for permanent repairs. 

Thermal-Electric Operations 

Under present conditions of stress, special mutually advantageous arrangements 
have been made with the Michigan Power Pool and the Niagara Mohawk Power 
Corporation for the deUvery and subsequent return of capacity and supplemental 
power as required by the diverse demands of the respective networks. 

In the preparatory staffing of the Bruce Heavy Water Plant, training was given at 
heavy-water plants in Port Hawkesbury and Point Tupper, Nova Scotia, and at 















THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

POWER DEMANDS AND RESOURCES 

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Maintenance 9 

Savannah River, in Georgia. At the Nuclear Training Centre in Rolphton, where 
more general nuclear training is provided, there was an average attendance of just 
over 100 throughout the year. A team of qualified and experienced staff, to be supple- 
mented by an additional group in mid 1971, has taken up residence at the Rajasthan 
nuclear project in India for the purpose of overseeing the commissioning of the 
station, where the first unit is scheduled to go critical in October 1971. 



Maintenance 

Work is now being carried out for the rehabiUtation and modernization of several 
of the Commission's hydro-electric generating stations with a view to increasing 
automated operation. 

As a result of a study carried out in 1 970, the decision was made to relocate the 
residents of the Cameron Falls Colony to the Town of Nipigon, some 14 miles away. 
All residents have elected to purchase houses moved from the generating station site 
to lots of their selection in Nipigon. When this operation is complete, sometime in 
1972, the remaining buildings on the site will be offered for public sale and removal. 













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10 Operation of the Systems 

A number of generating, transformer, and distributing stations were landscaped 
as part of a general program of improving the visual amenity of these properties. 
Careful consideration is also being given to environmental factors affecting the loca- 
tion and landscaping of transmission line rights of way and their use for multiple 
public purposes. The necessary control of undesirable woody growth in these areas is 
being maintained, but always with due concern for the ecological effect. In this regard, 
the Commission is co-operating with the University of Guelph and the Ontario Water 
Resources Commission in a scientific analysis of the effect of herbicides on the 
environment. In addition. Commission experiments are being conducted on growth- 
regulating chemicals other than herbicides which will restrain the growth of woody 
plants without killing them. The Commission is also experimenting with the use of 
smother crops as a biological means of stemming the invasion of woody growth on 
rights of way. 

The new "smokeless" combustion chambers installed in 1969 on the combustion 
turbines at A. W. Manby Transformer Station have proved effective in air-pollution 
control. Work is now proceeding for the extension of their use at other locations 
in 1970. 

The Commission's fleet of 12 helicopters was used extensively during the year in 
the patrol inspection of 143,000 circuit miles of transmission hne. In addition, the 
helicopters flew 3,200 hours on maintenance and construction projects. In a controlled 
experimental test on 65 miles of 230-kv Une, a pilot and a crew of two in a Jet Ranger 
helicopter equipped with a thermo-vision camera and monitoring unit to detect faulty 
conductor joints demonstrated that they could accomplish as much in two days as a 
ground crew of two using a bolometer could accomplish in 1 1 days. The operation 
obviously offers the possibility of considerable savings. 



Communications 

In order to deal with the growing complexity of system operation and inter-system 
reciprocal arrangements, a comprehensive data-acquisition network is being designed, 
with the associated computer equipment to be installed at the Richview System 
Control Centre. Until this equipment is available, a smaller-scale installation con- 
nected with the present telemetering equipment is being commissioned to supply 
some of the necessary monitoring and control services. 

The microwave network of nearly 60 stations was almost fully operational by the 
end of the year to provide monitoring service for relaying and system-control facilities 
for a major part of the power system in southern Ontario as well as the tie-lines to the 
northeast and northwest. The alarm centre at Richview Transformer Station was 
likewise almost completely in service. 



SECTION II 



FINANCE 

IVevenues in 1970 were 14.0 per cent greater than in 1969, rising by $65.5 million 
to $534.4 million. A combination of increases in rates and increases in demands 
for power and energy accounted for the additional revenue from municipalities and 
direct customers in 1970, while the larger revenue from retail customers resulted 
primarily from growth in demands. The increases in revenue were $41.1 million or 
14.4 per cent from municipaUties, $10.5 million or 9.6 per cent from retail customers, 
and $13.9 milHon or 19.0 per cent from direct customers. 

Costs, before provision for the stabilization of rates and contingencies reserve, 
rose from $433.3 million in 1969 to $516.5 miUion in 1970. Operating, maintenance, 
and administrative expenses increased by $20.7 million. The cost of fuel used in the 
generation of electric power exceeded the corresponding cost in 1969 by $18.3 million, 
reflecting not only increases in the price of fuel, but also the increasing dependence 
on thermal-electric generating facilities to meet the growth in customer requirements. 
Because of the increase in borrowings in total and the effect of high interest rates, 
interest expense rose by $27.8 miUion. With the continued growth of fixed assets in 
service, the provision for depreciation was $6.9 milUon higher than in 1969. Revenue 
from sales of secondary energy, which is applied as a reduction of costs, was $12.5 
million greater than in 1969, mainly as a result of an increase in the export of power 
to the United States. 

Expenditures on fixed assets during the year amounted to $51 1.0 million, including 
$281.7 milhon on thermal-electric generating facihties, $36.5 million on hydro-electric 

11 



12 



Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

INVESTMENT IN FIXED ASSETS AT COST 



other 

Distribution and Communications 

Transformation and Transmission 

Thermal-electric generation 
Hydro-electric generation 



5.000 



3.000 



1.000 



1961 



1962 



1963 



1964 



1965 



1966 



1967 



1968 



1969 



1970 



generating facilities, $133.8 million on transformer stations and transmission lines, 
and $30.4 million on retail distribution facilities. 

Expenditures on thermal-electric generating facilities include $111.9 million on 
Pickering nuclear generating station, which is only the Commission's share of the 
total at this station, $104.4 million on Nanticoke GS, $27.7 miUion on Bruce GS, 
and $24.3 million on Lambton GS. The major outlays on hydro-electric generating 
facilities were $22.1 million on Lower Notch GS, and $7.8 million on Wells GS. 



The Commission's debt from borrowings amounted to $3,276.2 million at 
December 31, 1970, as compared with $2,905.7 million at December 31, 1969. The 
net increase of $370.5 million during the year represents $364.8 milUon in bonds and 
advances and $5.7 miUion in notes. During 1970 the Commission issued bonds 
amounting to $310.0 million in Canadian currency, and $175.0 miUion in US 
currency. 

The balance in the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies amounted 
to $247.8 million at the end of 1970, up $22.2 million from the balance at the end of 
1969. The reserve is used to stabilize the effects on cost brought about by variations 
in stream flows, loads varying from the levels forecast, major physical damage to 
plant and equipment or their premature retirement, fluctuations in exchange on debt 
payable in foreign currencies, and other contingencies. 



Statement of Operations 13 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 

(with comparative figures for 1969) 

1970 1969 



Revenues 

from Municipalities 326,753,133 285,679,654 

from Retail Customers 120,531,494 109,991,769 

from Direct Customers 87,141,611 73,258,580 

534,426,238 468,930,003 
Costs 

Operating, maintenance, and administrative expenses 170,085,765 149,401,861 

Fuel used for electric generation 84,001,372 65,688,041 

Power purchased (Note 1) 32,407,156 15,164,773 

Interest (Note 2) 117,835,289 90,032,490 

Depreciation (Note 3) 65,290,250 58,423,877 

Debt retirement charge 47,639,889 43,128,530 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost 18,729,312 18,472,331 

Sales of secondary energy (Note 1) 19,503,135 7,046,219 

Total before reserve provision {withdrawal) 516,485,898 433,265,684 

Provision and interest - reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 21,387,877 36,009,144 

Withdrawal from the reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies, retail and direct customers, to offset the net 

deficit on sales to these customers 3,447,537 344,825 

534,426,238 468,930,003 



See accompanying notes on page 19. 



14 Finance 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 

(with comparative 
ASSETS 

1970 1969 



Fixed Assets 

Plant in service, at cost 3,898,965,326 3,500,295,855 

Less accumulated depreciation 701,250,612 643,367,420 

3,197,714,714 2,856,928,435 

Plant under construction, at cost (Note 4) 689,217,610 598,055,337 

3,886,932,324 3,454,983,772 



Investments (Note 5) 
Investments held for 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 207,263,633 177,831,787 

Debt retirement fund 50,138,674 48,573,528 

Employer's liability insurance fund 4,170,973 4,165,294 

261,573,280 230,570,609 



Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (Note 6) 151,450,186 159,670,700 

Accounts receivable 94,024,400 83,853,865 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost (Note 7) 69,174,525 46,323,335 

Materials and supplies, at cost 27,788,791 20,128,116 

342,437,902 309,976,016 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets 

Frequency standardization cost, less amounts written off 66,812,780 82,632,731 

Discount and expense on bonds and notes payable, less amounts 

written off 34,613,013 31,952,470 

Long-term accounts receivable 9,157,729 8,193,955 

Other assets 11,081.457 10,334,244 



121,664,979 133,113,400 



4,612,608,485 4,128,643,797 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as at December 31, 1970 
and the statements of operations and source and application of funds for the year then ended. Our examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at December 31 , 
1970 and the results of its operations and the source and application of its funds for the year then ended. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

April 2, 1971 Chartered Accountants. 



Balance Sheet 15 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

DECEMBER 31, 1970 

figures for 1969) 

DEBT, EQUITY, AND LIABILITIES 

1970 1969 



Debt from Borrowings 

Bonds payable (Note 8) ^ r ^ -' " ' ^--^ > '^ 

In Canadian currency 2,014,804,900 1,822,364,100 

In United States currency ($955,849,000 U.S.) (Note 10) 999,553,691 826,124,530 

In West German currency (DM 150,000,000) (Note 10) 40,401,005 40,401,005 

Notes payable (Note 9) 220,750,000 215,000,000 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 701,052 1,807,463 



3,276,210,648 2,905,697,098 



Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement charges 766,188,922 718,699,033 

Reserve for stabiHzation of rates and contingencies 247,828,563 225,629,056 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for 

rural construction (Note 12) 124,796,162 122,684,500 



1,138,813,647 1,067,012,589 



Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 127,306,040 96,818,199 

Accrued interest 60,259,626 50,063,510 



187,565,666 146,881,709 



Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 3,115,890 3,162,066 

Employer's liability insurance fund 6,902,634 5,890,335 

10,018,524 9,052,401 



4,612,608,485 4,128,643,797 



See accompanying notes on page 19. 



16 



Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC PO^I 



RESERVE FOR STABILIZATjflSJ 

for the Year Ei 



Held for t] 
Benefit of . l 
Customer 



Balances at December 31, 1969 

Add: 

Interest for the year at rates approximating those earned on investments held for 

the reserve 

Provision charged to operations 

Net profit on redemption of bonds payable, sale of investments, and currency 
revaluations 

Deduct : 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 

Grant to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

Balances at December 31, 1970 



220,128,57^ 



13,358,55< 
7,700,513 

4,323.127 



245,510,775; 



245,510,77i 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 





Municipalities 


Power District 


Total 


Balances at December 3 1 , 1969 

Add: 

Debt retirement charged to opera- 
tions 

Equities transferred through annexa- 
tions 


$ 
512,031,483 

30,522,270 
508,883 


206,667,550 

17,117,619 

508,883 
150,000 


$ 
718.699,033 

47,639,889 


Equity refunded (Note 11) 


150,000 








Balances at December 31, 1970 


543,062,636 


223,126,286 


766,188,922 



Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 
CMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

C RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 
D ember 31, 1970 



17 



Held for the 


Benefit of (or Recoverable from) Certain Groups 
OF Customers 




Municipalities 


Power District 




All 

Direct 

Customers 


Direct Customers 
Former Northern 
Ontario Properties 


Retail 
Customers 


Total 


$ 
1,144,165 

63,960 


$ 
5,459,446 

331,913 


% 
7,424,726 

451,394 


% 
2,391,033 

145,3661 


% 
225,629,056 

21,387,877 










4,323,127 












1,208,125 


5,791,359 


7,876,120 


2,536,399 


251,340,060 




189,275 




3,636,812 


3,447,537 


63,960 




63,960 










63,960 


189,275 




3,636,812 


3,511,497 






1,144,165 


5,602,084 


7,876,120 


1,100,413 


247,828,563 



18 Finance 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 

(with comparative figures for 1969) 

1970 1969 

$ $ 

Source of Funds 
Operations 

Depreciation charged 

Directly to operations 65,290,250 58,423,877 

Indirectly to operations and plant under construction 9,630,029 8,778,935 

Debt retirement charge 47,639,889 43,128,530 

Frequency standardization amortization of cost, less interest 

on the accoimt 15,819,951 14,922,788 

Provision and interest - reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 21,387,877 36,009,144 

Amortization of discount on bonds and notes payable 7,388,842 6,390,309 

Net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 3,447,537 344,825 

Other items - net 726,055 404,881 

164,435,356 166,903,877 

Proceeds from issues of bonds and notes, less retirements 366,307,661 280,068,369 

Net increase in amounts held in cash and investments 25,692,261 6,067,824 

340,615,400 274,000,545 

Increases in accounts and interest payable 41,347,637 6,045,901 

Other items - net 154,950 227,980 

546,553,343 446,722,343 

Application of Funds 

Expenditures on fixed assets, less proceeds from sales, etc 504,907,169 440,694,021 

Increases in accounts receivable 11,134,309 4,436,992 

Increases in fuel, materials, and supplies 30,511,865 1,591,330 

546,553,343 446,722,343 



Notes to Financial Statements 19 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1. Power purchased and sales of secondary energy include amounts arising from interconnection 
arrangements for the exchange of power with other power production authorities. 

2. Interest cost of $1 17,835,289 in 1970 is the interest on bonds, notes and advances $188,646,062, 
less the following : interest earned on investments $28,223,566, interest capitaHzed $34,299,665, 
interest on unamortized frequency standardization cost $2,909,361 and miscellaneous interest 
$5,378,181. 

3. Depreciation, other than for office and service equipment, is calculated on the sinking fund 
basis; various methods are applied in determining the depreciation provision for office and 
service equipment. 

4. Plant under construction with reference to Pickering nuclear generating station units 1 and 2 
includes only the Commission's portion of the cost. The construction of units 1 and 2 of 
Pickering nuclear generating station is a joint undertaking, with about 40% of the cost being 
financed by the Commission, 33% by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and 27% by the 
Province of Ontario, ownership being vested in the Commission. Contributions by Atomic 
Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario to December 31, 1970 amounting to 
$165,588,255 have been deducted in arriving at the cost of plant under construction. These 
contributions will be repayable only if. as, and when this plant has operational savings in 
comparison with the Commission's coal-fired plant at Lambton as stipulated in the agreement 
between the parties. 

5. On December 31 , 1970, investments, which are included at amortized cost, consisted of govern- 
ment and government-guaranteed bonds, $260,578,343 and corporate bonds $994,937. At 
this date, the market value of these investments was $250,406,000. 

6. On December 31, 1970, cash and short-term investments amounted to $151,450,186, consist- 
ing of $7,151,031 cash and $144,299,155 short-term investments. The short-term investments, 
which are included at amortized cost (approximately market value), consisted of interest- 
bearing deposits with banks and trust companies $82,796,500, government and government- 
guaranteed bonds $21,605,119, corporate obligations $31,287,000, and chartered bank notes 
$8,610,536. 

7. On December 31, 1970, inventory of fuel for electric generation amounted to $69,174,525, 
consisting of $62,375,998 coal, $6,330,035 nuclear fuel and $468,492 fuel oil. In 1969, $5,162,839 
nuclear fuel and $450,382 fuel oil were included with materials and supplies; the 1969 inventory 
amounts have been restated on a basis consistent with 1970. 

8. Bonds maturing in the next five years expressed in Canadian currency are as follows: 

$ 

1971 98,918,439 

1972 66,116,302 

1973 65,274,500 

1974 111,232,000 

1975 81,077,920 

422,619,161 



9. Notes payable include $200,750,000 maturing in 1971 and $20,000,000 maturing in 1972. 

10. The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at 
the rates of exchange at time of conversion. When bond issues mature, exchange losses or 
gains are recorded in the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies. Translated at 
the rates of exchange which prevailed at December 31, 1970, the total liabiUty for bonds 
payable in foreign currencies would be decreased by $34,100,000. 

11. The equity refunded of $150,000 represents an amount refunded to a municipality as a 
result of an annexation of Commission retail distribution facilities. The equity refunded is 
in respect of that portion of the Commission's debt that effectively has been assumed by 
the municipality. 

12. The Province of Ontario contributed $2,111 ,662 during 1970 as assistance for rural construction. 



SECTION III 



MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 



Ihe total number of customers served by the Commission and the associated 
municipal electrical utilities was 2,388,561 at the end of 1970, as shown in the follow- 
ing table: 

ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 

Retail customers served by 353 municipal utilities 1,766,086 

Retail customers served by the Commission 

In 15 communities where the Commission owns and 

operates the distribution faciUties 28,327 

In rural areas 594,052 622,379 



Total retail customers 2,388,465 

Direct customers (including 9 interconnected systems) 96 

Total 2,388,561 



20 



Marketing Program 21 



Marketing Program 



In continuing its moderate but generally promotional marketing policy, Ontario 
Hydro recognizes the basic importance of making the most efficient and economic 
use of facilities aheady in service to meet the forecast requirements of its customers. 
The construction program now in progress in anticipation of these requirements in 
the years ahead is only a reflection of economic growth that is normal in an economy 
rapidly and dynamically developing toward maturity. The power utility's service role 
in this situation calls for continuous adaptation both in its use of a changing tech- 
nology and in its response to that technology. 

Wherever there is an improvement possible in water-heating and electric space- 
heating equipment, this is being vigorously pursued. An important project is the 
development of an electric-heating system that is conveniently adaptable to many 
buildings now being constructed by the popular modular pre-cast method. One of 
these is now being installed on a test basis. As a prime example of the adaptability of 
electricity for more general commercial applications, the 784-foot Commerce Court 
now under construction in Toronto will have environmental control throughout its 57 
storeys. This type of all-electric treatment in many major commercial projects - 
schools, shopping plazas, apartments, offices, and municipal buildings - is permitting 
greater freedom in design and providing higher personal comfort levels together with 
worthwhile savings in installation and operation. 

^1 There was a further extension of the Co-operative Marketing Program for Electric 

' Commissions during 1970 in the formation of a COMPEC group in Lambton County. 

In conjunction with Ontario Hydro, the four such organizations now operating in the 

province off'er a suitably uniform approach to marketing activity in the areas they 

serve. 

With the rise in the use of mobile homes, as distinguished from small travel 
trailers, special consideration was given to the development of electrical safety require- 
ments for service to this type of dwelling, which is often located as part of a well- 
planned residential sub-division. These requirements have now been pubhshed as 
approved by the Canadian Standards Association, effective January 1, 1971, and the 
Commission's policy will be to supply these residences largely under the same condi- 
tions as fixed dwellings. 

A number of interesting major installations have been made for the introduction 
\ of electrified processing in industry, and investigations are being made regarding the 
' use of electricity in thawing logs preparatory to the removal of bark, in the kiln 

drying of lumber, in ink drying for the printing industry, and in research for several 

mining operations. 

In rural sales of electrical service, there was less activity in poultry farming largely 
i because of uncertainties in the market arising from the activity of Provincial Marketing 
Boards. Sales in the hog-raising market, however, showed encouraging increases. 

The Commission's farm customers on the average used 1,025 kilowatt-hours per 
month as compared with 972 kilowatt-hours in 1969. 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



Rate Increase 



Studies in mid 1970 of future trends in cost indicated an accelerating deterioration 
in the relation of revenue to cost, even allowing for projected increases in power and 
energy sales over the next few years. The increases in operating costs stem in large 
part from the rapid growth in the proportion of thermal-electric generation on the 
system, recent sharp upward movement in the cost of coal and other fuels, the require- 
ment for greatly enlarged expenditure on environmental control, and the continuing 
effect of inflation on the cost of labour and materials. Rising overhead charges have 
their origin in substantially higher interest rates and the necessity to expand reserve 
capacity on the system because of the much larger generating units now being installed. 

In order to improve the financial outlook, rates were raised, effective January 1, 
1971, for all three classes of customers. The expected result is a 7 per cent increase in 
revenue from municipalities, an increase of 8 per cent from direct customers, and an 
increase of 9 per cent from retail customers. For rural-service customers, the present 
increase was only the second in the last seventeen years. 



MUNICIPALITIES 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

MUNICIPALITIES 
PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 






- 


- 




Annual Energy 














- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



1 I r 

I960 1965 1970 

♦Maximum monthly sum of the coincident peak loads 



With the amalgamation of Port 
Arthur and Fort William in the munici- 
pality of Thunder Bay, the total number 
of municipal electrical utilities was re- 
duced to 353, and the sum of their 
December peak loads in 1970 was 
7,344,684 kilowatts. This was greater 
than the sum of the December 1969 peak 
loads by 6.7 per cent. With 12 excep- 
tions, indicated by the use of bold-face 
figures, the various municipal electrical 
utihty components of this total are given 
in Statement C, together with the peak 
loads of the 15 municipal systems oper- 
ated by the Commission, which are 
indicated by the symbol (f). The peak 
loads shown in bold-face figures include 
not only the power supplied by Ontario 
Hydro but also power generated by the 
operation of municipally owned gener- 
ating stations or purchased from sup- 
pliers other than the Commission. 



The energy delivered to the munic- 
ipal electrical utilities amounted in total 
to 38,848 million kilowatt-hours as shown in the table in Appendix I. This exceeded 
the 36,127 million kilowatt-hours delivered in 1969 by 7.5 per cent. 



Rural Electrical Service 



23 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

MILES OF PRIMARY LINE 
AND NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 

TOTAL 



MILES OF LINE 
60,000 - 



CUSTOMERS 

600,000 



55,000 



50.000 



45,000 









Customers^^ 


^ 


/ 


DOU.UUU 




^^y^^^ 










500,000 
450,000 


\ 


■^ Miles of line 










1 

1960 


1 1 

1962 


1 

1964 


1 1 1 

1966 


1 

1968 


1 

1970 



ANNUAL INCREASE 



MILES OF LINE 
4.000 - 



CUSTOMERS 
40,000 



2,000 



Customers 



lJ 



II 



\ 



Miles of line 



g. m n 



IJ 



11 



20,000 



2,000 



1 I I I I 1 1 I I I r 

1962 1964 1966 ~ 1968 1970 



20,000 



24 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



The cost of power supply to a municipal electrical utility is billed on an interim 
basis each month through a combination of two components, a demand charge and an 
energy charge, the latter at present being uniformly 2.75 mills per kilowatt-hour to all 
utilities. The demand component is calculated by ascertaining the maximum average 
load registered by the utility over any period of twenty consecutive minutes in the 
month, and applying to this maximum an interim rate per kilowatt established for that 
utility prior to the beginning of the year. The maximum for the month of December is 
given for each utihty in the Statement on Customers, Revenues, and Consumption, 
since this is the month in which the system annual peak normally occurs. On the other 
hand, the averages of the twelve monthly peaks are given in the Statement of the 
Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power, since these averages provide the basis for 
some of the allocation. When the actual cost of supplying power and energy has been 
established through this allocation at the end of the year, the necessary debit or credit 
billing adjustments are made to reconcile interim billings with cost. 



( 



DIRECT CUSTOMERS 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 
INDUSTRIAL 

PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 



-^ 


\^ 


Power 


^ 




r 






■j 




- 


- 


> 


nn 


ual 


Ene 


rgy 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


























1 



1970 



During 1970, as in the previous year, 
the Commission was serving 96 direct 
customers, 87 being industrial customers 
and 9 interconnected systems. One of 
the industrial customers and seven of 
the interconnected systems were pro- 
vided only with secondary energy during 
the year. The allocation of energy, 
whether primary or secondary, to these 
direct customers is shown in the tables 
on the disposal of energy and the an- 
alysis of energy sales in Appendix I. A 
number of former direct service cus- 
tomers, having loads for the most part 
of less than 5,000 kilowatts, have been 
included for the past four years in the 
analysis of energy sales table under the 
designation "Retail Customers Special." 
In the table for this Report these cus- 
tomers, including two interconnected 
systems, have not been segregated from 
other retail customers of the Com- 
mission. 



The monthly sum of the primar> 
peak loads of the direct industrial customers, excluding interconnected systems, 
reached its annual maximum in June 1970 at 1,931,725 kilowatts, which is 3.4 per cent 
greater than the corresponding revised annual maximum of 1,868,292 kilowatts k 
December 1969. 



SECTION IV 



PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 



A he constant pressure of what is fundamentally a growth economy must continue 
to be a basic factor in the Commission's plans for the future. In its responsibility to 
supply the electric power requirements of the province, it is already committed to a 
construction program for the expansion of its resources some seven to ten years in 
advance of loads which are expected to increase at a compound rate of nearly 7 per 
cent per annum. Its forward plans must extend even farther into the future. 

The engineering problems involved range all the way from the selection and the 
geotechnical evaluation of possible station sites, through the analysis of the several 
technological options which will determine the final choice of fuel to be used and the 
selection of fuel handling techniques, to the study of the total environment as it will 
be aff'ected by the construction and operation not only of the station itself, but of all 
its associated transformation and transmission facihties. 

Particular attention and considerable financial support have been given to the 
appraisal of methods proposed for the removal of sulphur dioxide from flue emissions. 
A high flow-rate filter for reducing suspended soUds in the waste water of plant ash 
systems was tested at Lambton GS, and a filter plant based on this experience is now 
being established at Lakeview GS. Also at this station a large recirculation duct 

25 



26 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

SUMMARY OF POWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
as at December 31, 1970 

Number of Units Installed Estimated 

Development Scheduled for Service Capacity Cost 

kw $ 
Pickering - Lake Ontario, east of 

Toronto 4 TN 1971-1973 2,160,000 \ ^^^ r^nr^ nnn 

6 TCT 1971-1972 45,000 / 062,000,000 

Lower Notch - Montreal River 2H 1971 228,000 69,312,000 

Nanticoke - Lake Erie, near Port 

Dover 8 TC 1971-1977 4,000,000 677,591,000 

Lennox - Lake Ontario, 22 miles west of 

Kingston 4 TC 1974-1977 2,295,000 *303,013,000 

Bruce - Lake Huron, near Kincardine 4 TN 1975-1978 3,200,000 1 *o^,i nnnnnn 

Auxiliary Units 1975 x45,000 / 944,000,000 

X Tentative capacity. 
In the Scheduled for Service column units are designated as Hydro, Thermal-electric Con- 
ventional, Thermal-electric Nuclear, and Thermal-electric Combustion-turbine. 
In this table the in-service dates are for first delivery of power. 
* These estimates do not include the allowance for estimated escalation of cost during the 
period of construction. 



designed to use warm water in reducing ice formation in the forebay is to be con- . 
structed during 1971. Hydrological studies undertaken at the sites of present and ' 
proposed thermal-electric stations will provide data for the design of cooling water 
facilities and for the measurement of some of the environmental changes that may 
occur at these stations. 

A further important feature of planning activity in 1970 was the negotiation with j 
Hydro-Quebec of an agreement covering the purchase of firm power and interruptible ' 
energy at 4.5 mills and 3.0 mills per kilowatt-hour respectively, under specified con- 
ditions over the period June 1, 1971 to May 31, 1978. A letter of intent was also signed , 
for the purchase of firm power from Manitoba Hydro over the period April 1, 1972 
to March 31, 1978 at an annual cost of $30.50 per kilowatt and a weekly load factor 
of 80 per cent. 



Progress on Power Developments 

During 1970, the remaining two 500-megawatt units at the four-unit Lambton 
GS were placed in service, the last in late September, and were operated at full load 
in October, well ahead of schedule. The two 100-megawatt hydro-electric units at 
Wells GS, the largest installed by the Commission to date, were placed in service in 
November. These two stations were the prime contributing factors in increasing the 
total installed capacity during the year by 1,236.6 megawatts. Construction work was 
proceeding on the two-unit 228-megawatt station at Lower Notch on the Montreal 
River, at Lambton GS for the completion of work there, and at four other sites, two 
of them major nuclear-electric developments. 



The Power Development Program 



27 



EXPENDITURES ON CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION 1961-1970 











Retail 






Year 


Genera- 


Transfor- 


Trans- 


Distribu- 


Other 


Total 




tion 


mation 


mission 


tion 








$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


1961 


77,939 


10,693 


11,446 


18,954 


4,624 


123,656 


1962 


59,741 


11,754 


21,118 


18,102 


3,709 


114,424 


1963 


49,301 


12,109 


22,391 


18,073 


6,283 


108,157 


1964 


55,908 


16,775 


16,250 


18,623 


2,565 


110,121 


1965 


90,420 


18,734 


19,727 


18,066 


3,004 


149,951 


1966 


131,900 


22,593 


21,607 


20,256 


*14,908 


211,264 


1967 


154,889 


30,128 


26,774 


22,280 


*18,075 


252,146 


1968 


192,772 


38,270 


53,439 


23,276 


*21,583 


329,340 


1969 


273,082 


62,507 


60,128 


28,567 


*22,411 


446,695 


1970 


318,236 


68,682 


65,141 


30,410 


*28,577 


511,046 


Total 


1,404,188 


292,245 


318,021 


216,607 


125,739 


2,356,800 



These figures include investment in tools and equipment, now classified as fixed assets but shown 
in previous years as current assets. 



Lower Notch GS is scheduled for service in the autumn of 1971. During 1970, all 
the excavation work was complete except for the taiirace channel and about half the 
intake canal. The headpond area was cleared. The powerhouse was enclosed. The 
headworks centre bulkhead, spillway, and wing walls were concreted, and penstocks 
were erected and encased. Construction of the main dam, reservoir dikes, and canal 
dikes was 60 per cent complete. Erection of the turbines was begun in March, and 
both scroll-cases were embedded by the end of the year. 

At Pickering GS, while construction forces continued to work on mechanical and 
electrical installations for Unit 2, and approached completion of structural work for 
Units 3 and 4, the reactor and turbine generator for Unit 1 with most of its allied 
systems were transferred to the operating staff for commissioning. In December, 
preparations were being made for fuelling the Unit 1 reactor, which is scheduled for 
service during 1971. 

Bruce GS is being built on the shore of Lake Huron to the north of Douglas 
Point GS, which is operated by Ontario Hydro but owned by Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited. The two stations are part of the Bruce Nuclear Development, 
together with the Bruce Heavy Water Plant and the associated auxiliary steam plant, 
which will also be operated by Ontario Hydro but owned by the crown company. 
Four nuclear reactors of the CANDU pressurized heavy-water type, each with a 
maximum turbo-generator rating of 800 megawatts, are scheduled for commercial 
service in the period 1976 to 1979 inclusive. Geotechnical information for the Bruce 
site was sufficiently complete early in 1970 to permit the basic layout to be established 
and design of the main structures to proceed. 

During 1970, work forces in the field were primarily concerned with the erection 
of construction facilities, the preparation of access roads, site grading, and excavation 
for the initial placing of concrete for permanent structures, which took place late in 



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28 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

the year. The main access road from Highway 21 was built. The Canadian National 
Railways Hne from Port Elgin to the site was nearly complete, and early in 1971, 
construction will be undertaken for the railway line on the site itself to the material 
unloading siding and the heavy-water plant. 

During 1970, the Commission undertook to double the capacity of Nanticoke GS 
by the addition of four 500-megawatt units similar to those aheady provided for 
this station. The in-service schedule has now been extended to 1977, with the first unit 
due for initial operation in 1971. Steel work for the first three units and the service 
bay was completed in 1970. In addition the building for Units 1 and 2 and the service 
bay was closed in, with heating and fighting installed. The foundation for Unit 4 was 
complete, and some foundation work for Units 5 and 6 had been done as well as the 
excavation required for Units 7 and 8. The first of the two concrete chimneys was 
complete, and four enclosed steel flues are now being installed. 

The cooling-water intake channel at Nanticoke GS has an inside diameter of 
21 feet and extends 1,800 feet out from the shore under the lake. It was nearing com- 
pletion at the end of the year, and the dock, coofing-water pumphouse, and the 
intake and discharge channels were in fact finished. 

Site preparation for Lennox GS, west of Kingston, was begun in August. Engi- 
neering work began early in the year with site and plant layouts. This was followed by 
extensive engineering review of major equipment components and studies of the 
circulating cooHng-water system. Since Lennox GS is the Commission's first oil-fired 
station, the services of a consultant were engaged with a view to obtaining the best 
possible fuel storage and handling arrangements. 



Transformer Stations and Transmission Lines 

Six new transformer stations were placed in service on the 230-kv network in 1970, 
and two on the 115-kv network, while additional capacity was installed on the two 
networks at six and two stations respectively. Construction was proceeding for four 
new stations on each of the networks and for additional capacity at three 230-kv 
stations and one 115-kv station. 

Engineering work is well advanced, and field work is under way for three major 
230-kv stations which will form part of the tie-line with Manitoba Hydro, over which 
power in increased amounts will be made available to the Ontario network in 1972. 
Design is proceeding for increased 500-kv faciUties between the Northeastern Region 
and the Toronto area, and study is being made of appropriate fine routes and station 
sites for facilities extending east and west from Toronto. 

The system control building at Richview TS was extended to accommodate an 
increase in operating staff" as well as new microwave facilities and a system alarm 
centre. Study is being given to the requirements of a data acquisition and control 
system which would include a computer installation at the Richview control centre 
with data inputs from major generating and transformer stations. 



Supply 29 

Supply 

Deliveries of coal in 1970 were again critically curtailed, and the Commission 
received only 9.6 million tons of the 12.5 milUon tons contracted for in the year. 
Laid-down costs were approximately 25 per cent higher than they were in 1965. This 
situation, viewed in conjunction with the mounting interest in improving atmospheric 
pollution control, prompted the Commission to embark on a program to convert the 
Richard L. Hearn Generating Station to dual firing, so that either natural gas, or 
coal, or a combination of both can be used. Long-term contracts commencing in 
1971 have been negotiated for the firm and interruptible supply of natural gas, equiva- 
lent in thermal content to 1.8 million tons of coal per annum. Further studies have 
been undertaken to determine the most acceptable mix of fuels, taking into considera- 
tion availabiUty, efficiency, and environmental factors. 

During the year, orders amounting in total to more than $380 miUion were placed 
in Canada for materials and equipment. These orders will create highly desirable 
work loads for manufacturers in several major centres in Ontario as well as elsewhere 
in Canada. 

A construction undertaking of considerable interest is the forthcoming rehabiUta- 
tion and expansion of the Commission's central warehousing facilities in western 
Metropolitan Toronto, on which work will begin in 1971. The greatly expanded 
inventories of materials and supplies and their increasing rapid turnover in the 
decades immediately ahead can be accommodated only by enlarging the warehousing 
area and instalhng mechanized material-handhng equipment. 



SECTION V 



RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 



Ihe Commission's research activities cover a wide field in civil, mechanical, chemical, 
physical, and electrical engineering and design, from which only representative items 
can be selected for comment. In 1970, an outdoor testing laboratory, capable of high- 
voltage tests on full-scale line structures of voltages up to 500 kv, was brought almost 
to completion near Toronto. This is part of a continuing program initiated in 1969 
for the development of more compact transmission Hnes of improved appearance. 
In support of electric-heating sales, a heating element for direct embedment in precast 
concrete ceiling slabs was developed. Installation in a number of apartment suites is 
planned for 1971. In the air pollution abatement program, work has progressed to the 
point of development of an experimental pilot plant for the control of sulphur dioxide 
emission. At Pickering GS, both as tests of performance and as a guide for future 
design, the structural behaviour of the 3-foot-thick, slip-form, concrete wall of the 
cylindrical vacuum building was measured under wind, thermal, vacuum, and opera- 
tional test loads by instrumentation designed and installed for the purpose. 

30 



SECTION VI 



STAFF RELATIONS 



Ihe average number of employees on the Commission's staff in 1970 was 22,584, 
of whom 15,744 were regular and 6,840 were temporary, the latter for the most part 
engaged in construction activity. The expansion of the construction program is indi- 
cated in the average number of temporary employees, which, though sHghtly lower 
than in 1969, has nevertheless more than trebled since the most recent low of 2,263 in 
1963. The number of regular employees has grown with increasing rapidity each year 
since 1964, when the number reached its lowest point in a prior seven-year decline. 

Training and Development 

More than 800 persons in trade, technical, or administrative positions, and over 
400 management and professional persons were among the much larger number 
joining the staff in 1970, either to meet increased requirements or to replace those 
who for a variety of reasons, including retirement, had left the Commission's employ. 
More than 700 students were temporarily engaged during the summer months. 

Supervisors and local instructors on the job, of course, provided much of the 
initial training that new employees require in their adaptation to the Commission's 
specific needs, as well as a good deal of the instruction necessary to keep the entire 

31 



32 Staff Relations 

Staff up to date in their knowledge and use of the changing technology. More intensive 
off-the-job training is offered at three main locations, a line-training school at Nobel, 
the Nuclear Training Centre at Rolphton, and the Conference and Development 
Centre near Orangeville, where new faciUties placed in service in 1970 more than 
doubled the available residential accommodation. More than 80 per cent of the 
off-the-job training is in the trades and technical area, and the other 20 per cent for 
professional and managerial staff. 

In a concerted effort to anticipate future requirements for management appoint- 
ments, and to assess the training needs of those who show promise as potential 
candidates for these positions, a Management Identification and Development Pro- 
gram was instituted during the year. Approximately 40 persons accepted the oppor- 
tunity to meet the challenges of a week-long test under simulated operating conditions 
and observed by a team of senior managers. The evaluation and analysis of the 
candidates' response are expected to provide valuable supplementary data for correla- 
tion with the record of their proven competent performance on the job. 

As part of the Canadian effort to assist developing nations, the Commission, 
working in conjunction with the United Nations and various departments of the 
Canadian Government, provided guidance and training to 19 visitors from abroad, 
who spent from a few weeks to several months in the Commission's organization. 
As many as 39 employees of the Commission's staff were at some time during the year 
in service abroad for the assistance of these developing countries. 

Employee Relations 

The extension of computer usage for a number of applications in staff relations 
and administration now provides a variety of services and reports which are valuable 
both to administrative officers of the Commission and to the staff in general. They 
offer more effective control over the uniform application of personnel poHcy, and in 
addition provide for the quick retrieval of personnel data required in union negotia- 
tions, the ready availability of up-to-date information on employee benefits, including 
automated pension calculation, which can be reported at appropriate intervals to 
each employee, and reports in convenient form for dealing more effectively with 
manpower requirements within the organization. 

Labour Relations 

Negotiations were again protracted over a large part of the year for the renewal 
of ten collective agreements covering separate groups of union-represented employees. 
Agreements were signed, however, with Local 1000 of the Canadian Union of Public 
Employees representing 11,000 trades, technical, and office employees, and on com- 
parable terms with three locals of the Canadian Union of Operating Engineers 
representing 450 trades and operations employees. Towards the end of the more than 
six months of bargaining and conciUation procedures leading up to the CUPE agree- 
ment, the Commission's management was again called upon to deal with the frus- 
trating effects of work-to-rule tactics and refusal of overtime work, and in the end to 
prepare its supervisory staff for the impending possibility of strike action. The two-year 



Labour Relations 33 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 
STATEMENT OF ASSETS 

as at December 31, 1970 

Investments 

Bonds and stocks - $ 

Federal and Provincial government and government-guaranteed bonds (par 

value $147, 751, 000) 143,931,337 

Corporation bonds (par value $39,565,000) 39,456,116 

Stocks 73,480,946 

Total bonds and stocks (approximate market value $228,718,000) 256,868,399 

First mortgages on real estate 52,907,367 

Real property leased to others 363,587 

Total investments 310,139,353 

Cash 179,002 

Accrued interest 2,838,707 

Receivable from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 3,105,392 

316,262,454 



Notes 

1. The most recent actuarial valuation of the pension plan was made as at December 31, 1968, 
in compliance with the requirements of The Pension Benefits Act 1965. This valuation indicated 
that the plan had an unfunded Hability of approximately $13,700,000. Current contributions 
have been made on a basis sufficient to meet actuarial requirements, and include an amount 
sufficient to recover this deficiency within the period of time required by The Pension Benefits 
Act 1965. 

2. In the above statement, bonds are included at amortized cost, stocks at cost, first mortgages 
on real estate at balance of principal outstanding, and real property at cost less amortization. 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of assets of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario Pension and 
Insurance Fund as at December 31, 1970. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and 
such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as at December 31, 1970. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

April 2, 1971. Chartered Accountants. 



agreement expiring on March 31, 1972 eventually provided for successive annual 
wage increases of 7.34 per cent and 6.64 per cent. The need to bargain on relatively 
equal terms for four separate agreements with craft unions in the construction trades 
contributed to delaying the conclusion of these negotiations beyond the end of 
the year. 

Recent interesting amendments to the Ontario Labour Relations Act provide for 
collective bargaining by employee professional engineers, and for accreditation of 
employer associations as management bargaining agents in the construction industry. 

With regard to the two disputed items mentioned as unresolved at the end of 
1969, the Commission was sustained by the Ontario Labour Relations Board in its 



34 Staff Relations 

position with respect to the remission of medical plan premiums, and in its stand that 
work was not available to employees who refused to provide explicit operation instruc- 
tion to supervisory personnel, or who refused to drive their cars on Commission 
business. The Court of Appeal confirmed the Board's previous judgment in favour 
of the union in its stand that employees refusing to work overtime were not subject 
to disciphnary action. 

Medical Services 

Maintenance of the physical and mental health of the employee is basic to his 
motivation towards effective service and to the development of strong employee 
morale. Both are enhanced in a compatible work environment, free of hazards which 
may be harmful to health. The medical services provided by the Commission have 
effectively anticipated the possible occurrence of major hazards, such as hydrogen 
sulphide inhalation at the heavy-water plant, and exposure to radiation at nuclear- 
electric stations. Through the establishment of appropriate measurements, checks, 
and standard protection procedures, and the effective training of staff in these pro- 
cedures, these hazards are carefully controlled. A central health physics group has 
been estabhshed with responsibility for dosimetry services and the environmental 
program at these stations. Attention is likewise being continuously directed to the 
control of respiratory diseases, to hazards due to toxic materials and gases, and more 
recently to the effects of industrial noise. 

The extension of these interests and concerns to the study of the general environ- 
ment is a natural outcome of this program. When the Commission established co- 
ordinating committees with special concern for the air and water environments. 
Medical Services representatives were named to these committees. They and other 
professional members of the medical staff have been frequently called upon to provide 
advice on environmental problems, not only in the work setting but in the com- 
munity at large. 

Meanwhile normal medical, hospital, nursing, and first-aid services are being 
provided and extended in appropriate ways to the expanding organization, and the 
health of the staff in general is being maintained at a high level. 

Accident Prevention 

Both the frequency and the severity rates in lost-time accidents per milHon man- 
hours worked were reduced in 1970, the first from 12 to 10, and the second from 
1,200 to 800. Both record improvement over the averages for the previous five years. 
The frequency of motor-vehicle accidents also fell, from 1 1 to 9 per miUion miles 
driven, but both of the two fataUties experienced during the year were attributable 
to motor- vehicle accidents. 

As a motivating device for all members of the staff, regular monthly issues of a 
*'Stop and Think" educational and training program make use of the signal-light 
caution and stop symbols in stressing the importance of continuing vigilance in 
accident prevention. 



APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 



Ihe table of power resources and requirements on pages 36 and 37 gives for each 
system and in total the primary peak requirements for the month of December, and 
the dependable capacity of the Commission's resources at that time. A separate table 
on the two preceding pages gives the December dependable capacity and maximum 
output of the major Commission-owned stations and the major sources of purchased 
power. In any comparison of total requirements and resources, allowance should be 
made for that part of total requirements which may be interrupted over the peak 
period in accordance with contract terms accepted by the customer. In 1970 this was 
in the order of 298 megawatts. 

The dependable capacity of a hydro-electric generating station is the estimated 
output which an analysis of historical stream-flow conditions indicates the station 
is capable of producing 98 per cent of the time. It can be expected to exceed this 
output in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so rated are distributed on many 
widely separated watersheds, and since all would not be simultaneously affected by 
low stream flows, the total hydro-electric generating capacity of the system is estimated 
to be greater than the sum of the various station capacities by an allowance for this 
diversity. The dependable peak capacity of a thermal-electric station is the net output 
of its fully commissioned units, but units in a fairly advanced stage of commissioning 
are occasionally included at a conservatively estimated proportion of their rated 
capacity. In any event, the margin of reserve capacity is conservatively measured both 
in the calculation of requirements and in the calculation of capacity. 

Statistics on peak loads and capacities are given in the Report in kilowatts. They 
may be converted to horsepower by multiplying by 1.34, one horsepower being 
equivalent to approximately 0.746 kilowatts. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 40 and 41 shows how the kilowatt-hours 
made available by the Commission and the associated municipal utiHties were dis- 
tributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to interconnected systems. 
The table on Disposal of Energy by the Commission reconciles these figures with 
system primary energy requirements and the total energy generated and purchased 
by the Commission. 

35 



36 



Appendix I - Operations 

THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES— 1970 



East System 

River Hydro- Electric Generating Stations 

Niagara ttSir Adam Beck- Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck- Niagara No. 2 

Pumping- Generating Station 

**Ontario Power 

**Toronto Power 

Welland Canal DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River stations to compensate for use of 

water by Ontario Hydro rather than by another producer 

St. Lawrence Robert H. Saunders -St. Lawrence 

Ottawa Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Madawaska Mountain Chute 

Stewartville 

Barrett Chute 

Abitibi ttAbitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Mississagi Wells 

Aubrey Falls 

George W. Rayner 

Red Rock Falls 

Mattagami Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 

Diversity - Adjustment made for the difference between the 
sum of the foregoing capacities taken plant by plant, and the 
calculation of capacity for the system as a whole 

Total hydro-electric- East System 



Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Courtright Lambton 

Windsor J. Clark Keith 

Toronto Lakeview 

Richard L. Hearn 

Rolphton Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Combustion turbines 

Total thermal-electric- East System 

Total generated - East System 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



kw 



420,000 

1,287,000 

108,000 



31,000 
124,000 

75,000 
817,000 
371,000 
193,000 
115,000 

77,000 
165,000 
162,000 
159,000 
226,000 
177,000 
215,000 
146,000 

46,000 

40,000 
142,000 
125,000 
125,000 
150,600 



40,400 



5,387,000 



2,060.000 

263,000 

2,330,000 

1,200,000 

336,000 



6,189,000 



11.576,000 



Maximum 
Output* 



kw 



429,000 
1,298,000 

111,000 
95,600 
19,000 
32,900 

136.600 



851,000 
375,000 
206,000 
118,000 
85,000 
164,000 
181,000 
166,600 
281,000 
171,000 
226,000 
155,000 
44,800 
42,000 
143,000 
118,000 
139.500 
144,773 



1.950.000 

241,000 

1.690.000 

1,140,000 

22,500 

190.430 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)t 



kwh 



3,077,359,120 
8,759,931,400 
149,680,500 
312,442,000 
61,404,225 
128,838,560 
971,466,000 



6,596,386,000 

2,526,800,100 

1,295,619,800 

790,705,000 

567,636,800 

260,662,600 

263,952,000 

258,416,000 

1,362,107,900 

721,027,100 

61,502,000 

167,069,300 

293,096,200 

216,084,000 

651,356,200 

530,942,200 

622,919,300 

944,722,348 



31,292,765,653 



6.246,895,000 

827,826,900 

10,945,300,000 

3,906,738,100 
122,044,000 
286,291,250 



22,335,095,250 



53,627,860,903 



Capacity and Output of Resources 



37 



THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES- 1970 





Dependable 
Capacity* 


Maximum 
Output* 


Annual Energy 
Output (Net)t 


East System (cont'd) 

Sources of Purchased Power 


kw 
194,000 


kw 

198,000 
450,000 
959,000 
34,000 
623,000 
586,500 


kwh 

847,327,615 

1,265.185,800 

744,827,000 

6,840,000 

846,186,000 

4,607,422,560 

572,754,000 

568,944,200 

49,035,152 

88,125,646 

32,919,580 




ffNiagara Mohawk Power Corporation 




♦♦Canadian Niagara Power Company 








ttQuebec Hydro-Electric Commission 

Maclaren Quebec Power Company 


109,000 


Ottawa Valley Power Company 

++A.bitibi Paper Company Limited 


77,000 


85,000 

31.600 

5,051 

49,100 


Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 


4,400 
1,500 




Total purchased - East System 


385,900 




9 629,567,553 








West System 

River Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 
Nipigon Pine Portage 


114,800 
75,100 
62,400 
73,600 
59,800 
45,700 
51,300 
46,100 
29,400 

20,400 


132,300 
75,600 
65,500 
73,900 
66,000 
49,760 
52,500 
46,000 
43,400 


961 ,046,000 
606,342,000 
495,680,000 
611,434,000 
465,547,800 
246.932.000 
446.854,000 
319,666,270 
267,915,223 


Cameron Falls 


Alexander 

English Caribou Falls 


Manitou Falls 




Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 


Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 


Diversity - Adjustment made for the difference between the 
sum of the foregoing capacities taken plant by plant, and the 
calculation of capacity for the system as a whole 






Total hydro-electric - West System 


578,600 




4,421,417,293 








Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 
Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 


100.000 
29,000 


97,000 
25,000 


201,106,600 


Combustion turbines and diesel-electric 


2,312,910 






Total thermal-electric - West System 


129,000 




203 419,510 






Total generated - West System 


707,600 




4,624,836,803 








Sources of Purchased Power 
Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 




44,800 
7,500 


190,350,976 






896,000 














191,246,976 










Total generated 


12,283,600 
385,900 




58,252,697,706 


Total purchased 




9,820,814,529 








Total generated and purchased . ... 


12,669,500 




68,073,512,235 









* The power capacity and output reported in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December. Since 
the station maximum outputs are not coincident, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 

t Net output of generating stations or total received from supplier. 
** 25 cycles per second (Hertz), 
tt 25 and 60 cycles per second (Hertz). 



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Appendix I - Operations 

POWER RESOURCES AND REQUIREMENTS 





East System 




1969 


1970 


Net Increase 
or Decrease 


Dependable Peak Capacity 

Generated- Hydro-electric 

— Thermal-electric 


kw 

5,173,000 
4,628,000 


kw 

5,387,000 
6,189,000 


kw % 

214,000 4.1 
1,561.000 33.7 






Total generated 


9,801,000 
731,300 


11,576,000 
385,900 


1,775,000 18.1 


Purchased 


345,400 47.2 




10,532,300 

607,829 

9.924,471 

6.1 


11,961,900 

1,323,376 

10,638,524 

12.4 


1,429,600 13 6 


Reserve 


715,547 117.7 
714,053 7.2 











ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY THE COMMISSION 





1969 


1970 


Increase 

or 
Decrease 


East System 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric and 


32,266,208,168 
18,782.200,880 


7h 

55,081.675,744 
2.866.475.484 


kv 

31.292.765.653 
22,335.095,250 


/h 

59.690.459,172 
3,737,055,924 


per cent 

3.0 
18.9 








51.048.409,048 

6,901.592,180 

1,850,000 


53,627,860,903 

9,629,567,553 

170,086,640 


5.1 


Purchased 

Transferred in or out 

Primary 

Secondary 


39.5 

8.4 
30.4 


Total 


57,948,151.228 


57,948,151.228 


63,427.515.096 


63,427,515,096 


9.5 


West System 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric, 

combustion-turbine, and 

diesel-electric 


4,396,306,030 
89,152,200 


4.343,833,450 
156,824.419 


4,421,417,293 
203,419,510 


4,598,239,766 

47,757,373 


.6 

128.2 
3.1 

5.9 
69.5 

3.2 




Total generated 


4,485,458,230 

13,349,639 

1,850,000 


4.624,836,803 
191,246,976 
170,086,640 


Purchased 

Transferred in or out 

Primary 

Secondary 


Total 


4,500.657,869 


4.500,657,869 


4,645,997,139 


4,645,997,139 


Total 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric, 

combustion-turbine, and 

diesel-electric .. . 


36,662,514.198 
18,871.353,080 


59,425,509.194 
3.023.299.903 


35,714,182,946 
22,538,514,760 


64,288,698,938 
3,784.813,297 


2.6 

19.4 

4.9 
42.0 

8.2 
25.2 

9.0 




Total generated 


55,533,867,278 
6,914,941.8L9 


58,252,697,706 
9,820.814,529 


Purchased 

Primary 

Secondary 


Total 


62,448,809,097 


62,448,809,097 


68,073,512,235 


68,073,512,235 



Power Resources and Requirements 

DECEMBER 1969 AND 1970 



39 



West System** 


Total 


1969 


1970 


Net Increase 
or Decrease 


1969 


1970 


Net Increase 
or Decrease 


kw 

580,500 
129,000 


kw 

578,600 
129.000 


kw % 

1.900 .3 




kw 

5,753,500 
4,757,000 


kw 

5.965,600 
6,318,000 


kw % 

212,100 3.7 
1,561.000 32.8 


709,500 


707,600 


1,900 .3 


10.510,500 
731,300 


12,283.600 
385.900 


1.773.100 16.9 
345,400 47.2 










709,500 
78,620 


707,600 

25,200 

682,400 

3.7 


1 ,900 .3 
53,420 67.9 
51,520 8.2 


11,241,800 


12.669.500 

1,380,776 

11.288,724 


1.427.700 12.7 


630,880 
12.5 


10.555.351 


733.373 6.9 









♦* The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the time of system primary peak demand in 
December, the capacity of purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchase contract. 

With two separate systems in operation in 1969, the requirements shown are the December coincident peaks for 
each system and their combined total. For 1970, a coincident value has been calculated for the entire system, in- 
cluding the West System, and this value is shown as the total system requirement for that year. This 
coincident value, however, is not the sum of the East System and West System maximum requirements, which 
occur at different times. 

Some part of the East System requirements is subject to interruption over the peak period in accordance with con- 
tract terms accepted by customers, the total possible load subject to such interruption at the time of the 1970 
peak being 298,000 kw. 



DISPOSAL OF ENERGY BY THE COMMISSION 

1970 



Primary 
Kwh 



Sub-total 52,527,116,800 



Secondary 
Kwh 



M'\ Sales to Municipalities 38,847,573.400t 

Sales to Direct Customers 13.280.740.800 15.118.400 

- Interconnected Systems 398,802,600t 3,705.794.100 



Total 

Kwh 

38,847,573,400 

13,295,859,200 

4,104,596,700 



3,720,912,500 56,248,029,300 



Retail Sales 

In Towns and Villages 

In Rural Areas 

- Interconnected Systems.. 

Sub-total 



290,028,600 
7,233,008.500 
36.883 ,000t 

7,559,920,100 



Total Commission Sales 60,087,036.900 

Distribution Losses and Unaccounted for 625,399,800 

Transmission Losses and Unaccounted for 3,576,262,238* 



6,665,100 



290,028.600 

7.239,673,600 

36,883,000 

7,566,585,200 



3,727,577,600 63,814,614,500 



625,399.800 
3.633.497,935 



57,235.697* 



Total Primary Demand and Secondary Load Carried 64.288.698,938 3,784,813,297 68,073,512.235 



* The apportioning of transmission losses to primary and secondary loads is estimated. 

t The three quantities of primary energy thus indicated amounting in total to 39,283,259,000 kwh were delivered to 
municipalities and interconnected utilities for resale. 



1 



Appendix I - Operations 



ANALYSISOF 
by the Commission and Associted 



Sales by AssociiBD 

Municipal i 
Electrical Utilies 
Listed in 
Statement / 



Ultimate use: 
Residential service 

Continuous Occupancy.... 

Intermittent Occupancy. 



Total sales, residential-type service. 
Commercial service 



Industrial power service - primary 

- secondary. 

Farm 



Street lighting. 



Unclassified as to ultimate use: 

To interconnected systems for resale - primary 

- secondary. 



Total sales to ultimate customers and for resale. 

Adjustments: 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for - M.E.U... 



Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement A. 



Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement A from source other than the 
Commission 

Commission sales to municipalities and to direct and retail customers 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for - Commission 

Transmission losses and unaccounted for - Commission 

Generated and purchased by the Commission 



kwh 



12,553,703,10! 



12,553,703,1C< 

9,042,938,4C 

15,735,262,6C 

448,075,0( 



37,779,979,1C! 

1,347,724,4( 
228,822,9C 

51,307,2( 



t38,847,573,4(; 



* Includes those direct customers with loads for the most part under 5000 kw, who were foji«n 
segregated as Retail Special. 

t The number of kilowatt-hours shown as delivered to municipalities differs from the kilowatt 
shown in the Allocation of the Cost of Power statement because of a retroactive adju . 
made in 1970 in one of the municipal accounts. 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



41 



EERGY SALES 



nicipal Electrical Utilities during 1970 






Sales by The Hydro Electric Power Commission of Ontario 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct 
Customers 




[ n Certain Towns 

and Villages 
ved by Commission 
stribution Facilities 


In Rural 
Areas* 


Total 


kwh 
169,715,300 


kwh 

2,524,131,700 
248,058,200 


kwh 


kwh 
15,247,550,100 






248,058,200 








4 169,715 300 


2,772,189,900 

705,399,500 

2,139,616,300 
6,665,100 

1,586,725,200 

29,077,600 

36,883,000 




15,495,608,300 


i 98,119 600 




9,846,457,500 


18,873,300 


13,280,740,800 
15,118,400 


31,173,493,000 
21,783,500 


! 


1,586,725,200 


4,320,400 




481,473,000 




398,802,600 
3,705,794,100 


435,685,600 




3,705,794,100 








290,028,600 


7,276,556,600 


17,400,455,900 


62,747,020,200 
1,347,724,400 








228,822,900 








51,307,200 










290,028,600 
19,110,700 


7,276,556,600 
606,289,100 


17,400,455,900 


63,814,614,500 
625,399,800 






3,633,497,935 








68,073,512,235 










1 









42 



Appendix I - Operations 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 

Classified by Major Voltages and Types of Supporting Structure 





Line Route Miles 


Circuit Miles 




At Dec. 31, 
1969 


At Dec. 31, 
1970 


At Dec. 31, 
1969 


At Dec. 31, 
1970 


500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower.... 
345,000-volt steel tower 


435 

3 

3,594 

345 

2 

2,251 

2,759 

42 

204 

8 

7,031 


435 

3 

4,188 

347 

2 

2,248 

2,760 

44 

204 

8 

6,989 


435 

3 

4,951 

345 

4 

3,690 

2,771 

77 

204 

8 

7,549 


435 
3 


230, 000- volt aluminum or steel tower.... 
230,000-volt wood pole 


6,016 

347 


230,000-volt underground 


4 


115,000-volt steel tower 


3,754 


115,000-volt wood pole 

115,000-volt underground 


2,772 
80 


69,000-volt wood pole 

60,000-volt steel tower or wood pole.... 
44,000-volt and less, wood and steel.... 


204 
8 

7,585 


Total 


16,674 


17,228 


20,037 


21,208 



APPENDIX II— FINANCIAL 



Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 13 

Balance Sheet 14 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 16 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges 16 

Source and Application of Funds 18 

Notes to Financial Statements 19 

Fixed Assets in Service and under Construction 44 

Accumulated Depreciation 46 

Frequency Standardization 46 

Bonds Payable 47 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 49 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power to Municipalities 50 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power - All Customers 69 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges - by Municipalities 70 



' 43 



44 



Appendix II - Finance 







Fi: 

for the Year E|^ 










Balance 

December 31, 

1969 


Ch 






Placed 

in 
Service 


Relocat 
and 
Reclassi i 


Power Supply Facilities 

Generating Stations 

Thermal-electric - Conventional 

- Nuclear 

- Combustion- turbine 


$ 

575,039,333 

4,395,290 

37,982,789 


$ 

176,163,034 
278,486 
559,318 


$ 
340,99 




Total Thermal-electric 


617,417,412 
1,468,286,687 


177,000,838 
31,851,720 


340,99 
166,74 




Hydro-electric 




Total Generating Stations 

Transformer Stations 


2,085,704,099 

424,487,073 

450,669,345 

19,546,996 

394,190,707 


208,852,558 

58,596,572 

91,810,177 

7,777,035 

31,337,984 


174,25( 
20,3P 




Transmission Lines 


589,94 


Communication Equipment . . 


4,03 


Retail Distribution Plant and 

Equipment 


612,23( 




Total Power Supply Facilities 


3,374,598,220 


398,374,326 


180,24' 




Administrative and Service Facilities 

Land and Buildings 

Office and Service Equipment 


41,971,766 
83,725,869 


4,723,378 
16,786,036 


180,24'. 




Total Administrative and Service Facilities 


125,697,635 


21,509,414 


180,24: 




Total Fixed Assets 


3,500,295,855 


419,883,740 













Fixed Assets Under Construction 

S 

Balance at December 31, 1969 598,055,337 

Add expenditures 511,046,013 

1,109,101,350 
Deduct placed in service 419,883,740 

Balance at December 31, 1970 689,217,610 



I 



Fixed Assets 



45 



;ets 

?ember 31, 1970 



^ 



ncE 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1970 


Total 

Fixed Assets 

December 31, 

1970 




ig Year 


Balance 

December 31, 

1970 




Retired 


Expenditures 

DURING 

1970 


$ 

418,529 
14,694 


$ 

751,124,829 
4,659,082 

38,542,107 


$ 

180,230,227 

320,912,086 

229,929 


$ 

931,355,056 

325,571,168 

38,772,036 


$ 

141,372,016 

139,861,186 

463,420 






433,223 
1,094,602 


794,326,018 
1,498,877,064 


501,372,242 
73,139,408 


1,295,698,260 
1,572,016,472 


281,696,622 
36,538,901 


1,527,825 

3,213,066 

3,951,187 

114,199 

7,448,357 


2,293,203,082 

479,850,260 

537,938,390 

27,442,261 

418,692,564 


574,511,650 

57,048,599 

41,279,848 

4,953,870 

4,192,232 


2,867,714,732 

536,898,859 

579,218,238 

32,396,131 

422,884,796 


318,235,523 

68,682,256 

65,141,289 

5,856,984 

30,410,100 


16,026,236 


3,757,126,557 


681,986,199 


4,439,112,756 


488,326,152 


384,902 
4,803,131 


46,129,995 
95,708,774 


7,231,411 


53,361,406 
95,708,774 


5,933,825 
16,786,036 






5,188,033 


141,838,769 


7,231,411 


149,070,180 


22,719,861 


21,214,269 


3,898,965,326 


689,217,610 


4,588,182,936 


511,046,013 



Disposition of Fixed Assets Retired during 1970 

$ 

Cost of fixed assets retired 21,214,269 

Deduct: $ 

Proceeds from sales, etc 2,910,917 

Charges to operations 283,533 

Charges to plant under construction 175,016 3,369,466 

Net charge to accumulated depreciation 17,844,803 



46 



Appendix II - Finance 

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 





Power Supply Facilities 


Administrative 

AND Service 

Facilities 






Generation, 

Transformation, 

Transmission, 

and 

Communica tions 


Retail 
Distribution 






Land, Buildings, 
and Equipment 


Total 


Balances at December 3 1 , 

1969 

Add: 

Provision in the year 
charged: 
directly to opera- 
tions 


% 
466,260,478 

50,318,597 

21,275 
63,720 

344,052 
431,950 


% 
125,985,526 

14,971,653 


$ 
51,121,416 


$ 
643,367,420 

65,290,250 


indirectly to opera- 
tions and plant un- 
der construction 


9,608,754 
69,622 

2,923 


9,630,029 


Transfers 


133,342 

122,455 
157,092 


Excess of salvage recov- 
eries over removal 
costs on assets re- 
tired 

Other adjustments 


218,674 
589,042 








Deduct: 

Cost of fixed assets re- 
tired less proceeds 
from sales, etc 


517,312,632 
7,447,921 


141,125,158 
6,272,738 


60,657,625 

4,124,144 


719,095,415 
17,844,803 


Balances at December 3 1 , 
1970 


509,864,711 


134,852,420 


56,533,481 


701,250,612 



FREQUENCY STANDARDIZATION ACCOUNT 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Balance at Decem^ber 31, 1969 82,632,731 

Add interest for the year 2,909,361 



Deduct amortization charged to operations: 

Assessments to customers of the former Southern Ontario System 

as follows : $ 

$3.00 per kilowatt of costing load to all customers who were converted 

to 60-cycle frequency 16,977,637 

$.50 per kilowatt of costing load to all non-converted 60-cycle 

customers 996,618 



85,542,092 



An amount equal to the net revenue on the export of 60-cycle secondary 
energy from the former Southern Ontario System (excluding 
amounts arising from interconnection arrangements where it is 
understood that the capacity and/or energy can be repurchased) 



Balance at December 31. 1970. 



17,974,255 



755,057 



18,729,312 
66,812,780 



Bonds Payable 



47 



BONDS PAYABLE IN CANADIAN CURRENCY 
as at December 31, 1970 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 















Principal 






Callable 




Interest 


Outstanding 


Date of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


Dec. 31, 1970 


Feb. 1 


1971 




Feb. 1, 1964 


% 
5 


$ 
14,855,800 


Feb. 15 


1971 




Feb. 15, 1961 


Sli 


4,584,000 


Mar. 1 


1971 




Mar. 1, 1963 


5 


13,129,000 


June 1 


1971 


June 1 , 


1961 


June 1, 1946 


2H 


18,034,000 


Nov. 15 


1971 






Nov. 15, 1961 


4M 


5,292,500 


July 5 
Sept. 20 
Mar. 15 


1972 




July 5, 1967 


6 


14,814,000 


1972 




Sept. 20, 1967 


6]4 


11,950,000 


1973 




Mar. 15, 1967 


" / / 
5^ 


10,974,500 


June 15 


1973 


June'15,' 


1971 


June 15, 1950 


3 


54,300,000 


Mar. 18 


1974 






Mar. 18, 1969 


114 


20,000,000 


July 15 


1974 


July"l5, 


1972 


July 15, 1956 


4 


46,683,500 


Oct. 15 


1974 


Oct. 15, 


1972 


Oct. 15, 1956 


^Vi 


24,548,500 


Dec. 1 


1974 






Dec. 1, 1969 


SH 


20,000,000 


Aug. 15 


1975 


Feb."'l5i 


1972 


Feb. 15, 1957 




32,956,000 


Jan. 15 


1976 


Jan. 15, 


1974 


Jan. 15, 1956 


4 


43,809,500 


*Sept. 15 
Oct. 1 


1976 






Sept. 15, 1970 


S14 


75,000,000 


1976 




Oct. 1, 1969 


^ / A 

5 


14,050,000 


Nov. 15 


1976 


Nov.'isi 


1974 


Nov. 15, 1957 


34,717,000 


Jan. 5 


1977 


Jan. 5, 


1975 


Jan. 5, 1967 


6H 


14,960,000 


Mar. 1 


1977 


Mar. 1, 


1975 


Mar. 1, 1955 


33^ 


38,448,500 


Apr. 1 


1977 


Apr. 1, 


1974 


Apr. 1, 1957 


5 


74,075,000 


Mar. 1 


1978 


Mar. 1, 


1976 


Mar. 1, 1958 


43^ 


32,802,000 


Oct. 15 


1978 


Oct. 15, 


1976 


Oct. 15, 1958 


5 


46,059,500 


May 15 


1979 


May 15, 


1974 


May 15, 1954 


33^ 


34,492,000 


July 1 
Oct. 15 


1979 






July 1, 1959 
Oct. 15, 1954 


5U 


29,036,500 


1979 


6ct."'l5, 


1974 


3^ 


49,733,000 


Feb. 15 


1980 


Feb. 15, 


1978 


Feb. 15, 1960 


6 


26,551,000 


July 15 


1980 


July 15, 


1978 


July 15, 1960 


5^ 


36,064,000 


Feb. 15 


1981 


Feb. 15, 


1979 


Feb. 15, 1961 


5^ 


39,660,000 


June 15 


1982 


June 15, 


1979 


June 15, 1962 


5 


32,728,000 


Mar. 1 


1983 


Mar. 1, 


1980 


Mar. 1, 1963 


SH 


41,176,500 


June 15 


1983 


June 15, 


1979 


June 15, 1963 


5 


52,284,800 


Nov. 15 


1983 


Nov. 15, 


1980 


Nov. 15, 1961 


5M 


40,272,000 


Feb. 1 


1984 


Feb. 1, 


1981 


Feb. 1, 1964 


5li 


51,758,800 


Oct. 1 


1984 


Oct. 1, 


1980 


Oct. 1, 1964 


5H 


54,578,000 


Feb. 1 


1985 


Feb. 1, 


1981 


Feb. 1, 1965 


5H 


69,798,500 


July 5 


1987 


July 5. 


1985 


July 5, 1967 


6}4 


24,082,000 


Jan. 4 


1988 


Jan. 4, 


1984 


Jan. 4, 1966 


5H 


51,010,500 


Apr. 15 


1988 


Apr. 15, 


1984 


Apr. 15, 1966 


6 


47,943,500 


July 5 


1988 


July 5, 


1984 


July 5, 1966 


6 


46,875,000 


Jan. 5 


1989 


Jan. 5, 


1985 


Jan. 5, 1967 


6H 


38,355,500 


Sept. 20 


1989 


Sept. 20, 


1985 


Sept. 20, 1967 


63^ 


27,778,000 


Mar. 15 


1990 


Mar. 15, 


1986 


Mar. 15, 1967 


6 


46,258,000 


Apr. 1 


1992 


Apr. 1, 


1988 


Apr. 1, 1968 


7 


42,054,000 


Aug. 15 


1992 


Aug. 15, 


1988 


Aug. 15, 1968 


7 


48,568,000 


Sept. 18 


1992 


Sept. 18, 


1988 


Sept. 18, 1968 


7 


62,625,000 


Mar. 18 


1994 


Mar. 18, 


1989 


Mar. 18, 1969 


7H 


33,475,000 


Apr. 1 


1994 


Apr. 1, 


1990 


Apr. 1, 1970 


9 


50,000,000 


May 1 


1994 


May 1, 


1989 


May 1, 1969 


IH 


36,165,000 


Oct. 1 


1994 


Oct. 1, 


1989 


Oct. 1, 1969 


m 


24,571,000 


Dec. 1 


1994 


Dec. 1, 


1989 


Dec. 1, 1969 


8^ 


25,868,000 


**Feb. 1 


1995 


Feb. 1, 


1990 


Feb. 1, 1970 


9 


50,000,000 


June 30 


1995 


June 30, 


1990 


June 30, 1970 


9 


60,000,000 


Nov. 30 


1995 

3 payable 


Nov. 30, 
in Canadiar 


1990 

1 currenc 


Nov. 30, 1970 

V 


m 


75,000,000 


Total bond 


2,014,804,900 




y 







; * Exchangeable at the option of the bondholder for an equal principal amount of bonds due September 15, 1996, 
such bonds to bear interest at 8M%. 
** Subject to maturity of any bond on February 1, 1975 if the bondholder so elects. 



48 



Appendix II - Finance 



BONDS PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY 

as at December 31, 1970 

Held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with issues sold in the United States by the 
Province of Ontario on behalf of the Commission 











Principal 




Callable 




Interest 


Outstanding 


Date of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


Dec. 31, 1970 


May 15, 1971 


May 15, 1956 


May 15, 1951 


% 


$ 
40,547,000 


Sept. 1, 1972 


Sept. 1, 1956 


Sept. 1, 1951 


3H 


37,693,000 


Feb. 1, 1975 


Feb. 1, 1958 


Feb. 1, 1953 


3H 


45,026,000 


Nov. 1, 1978 


Nov. 1, 1958 


Nov. 1, 1953 


SVs 


46,683,000 


Mar. 15, 1980 


Mar. 15, 1959 


Mar. 15, 1954 


SVs 


29,337,000 


May 15, 1981 


May 15, 1961 


May 15, 1956 


SVs 


42,273,000 


Feb. 1, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1969 


Feb. 1, 1959 


4^ 


70,102,000 


Sept. 15, 1990 


Sept. 15, 1975 


Sept. 15, 1965 


m 


49,340,000 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1981 


Apr. 1, 1966 


5y2 


33,076,000 


Apr. 15, 1997 


Apr. 15, 1982 


Apr. 15, 1967 


SVs 


63,062,000 


Dec. 1, 1997 


Dec. 1, 1982 


Dec. 1, 1967 


6^8 


74,640,000 


Aug. 1, 1998 


Aug. 1, 1983 


Aug. 1, 1968 


IVs 


74,530,000 


Feb. 15, 1999 


Feb. 15, 1984 


Feb. 15, 1969 


IH 


74,950,000 


Sept. 1, 1999 


Sept. 1, 1984 


Sept. 1, 1969 


SVs 


99,590,000 


Feb. 15, 2000 


Feb. 15, 1985 


Feb. 15, 1970 


9M 


100,000,000 


Aug. 1, 2000 


Aug. 1, 1985 


Aug. 1, 1970 


9H 


75,000,000 




955,849,000 


Add exchange premii 


im (net) at time of c( 
in United States cun 


inversion 




43,704,691 


'encv 






Total bonds payable 


999,553 691 









BONDS PAYABLE IN WEST GERMAN CURRENCY 
as at December 31, 1970 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of 
Maturity 


Callable 
on or after 


Date of 

Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1970 


Aug. 1,1975-1984 
(ten equal annual 
instalments) 


Aug. 1, 1975 


Aug. 1, 1969 


% 
7 


DM 
150,000,000 


$ 
40,401,005 



SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN BONDS PAYABLE 

during the Year Ended December 31, 1970 





Payable in 
Canadian 
Currency 


Payable in 

United States 

Currency 


Payable in 

West German 

Currency 


Outstanding at December 31, 1969 

Add issues during the year 


$ 

1,822,364,100 

310,000,000 


$ 
826,124,530 
183,843,750 


$ 
40,401,005 




Deduct redemptions during the year 


2,132,364,100 
117,559,200 


1,009,968,280 
10,414,589 


40,401,005 




Outstanding at December 31, 1970 


2,014,804,900 


999,553,691 


40,401,005 



Advances from the Province of Ontario 



49 



ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

as at December 31, 1970 



Annuity bonds repayable to the Province in accordance with the terms of Province 
of Ontario bonds issued in part for the purposes of the Commission 


Date of Maturity- 


Interest Rate 


Balances of Advances 

Outstanding 

December 31, 1970 

{Payable in Canadian, 

United States, or 

Sterling Currencies) 


Jan. 15, 1971 

June 1, 1971 


% 
4 


% 
297,180 
403,872 


Total advances . . 


701 052 







I 



SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN ADVANCES FROM 
THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

during the Year Ended December 31, 1970 

% 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1969 1,807,463 

Deduct repayments during the year 1,106,411 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1970 701,052 






I 



50 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF p 

for thtfe 



Municipality 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

AUiston 

Almonte * 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hm 

Arkona 

Amprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft * 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



kw 

6,309.5 

498.5 

13,085.8 

4,487.9 

1,149.2 

4.379.7 
3,150.3 
388.6 
6.537.0 
3,048.7 

196.8 

354.8 

8,138.0 

1,873.0 

822.4 

3,918.4 

11,055.6 

210.3 

6,169.7 

1,513.2 

1,256.3 

2,194.5 

35,476.7 

1,115.3 

580.3 

529.0 
2,897.4 
3.052.3 
1,807.3 

822.7 

1,887.2 

35,134.8 

1,247.0 

2,671.0 

662.2 

1.029.8 

1,715.9 

2,554.2 

667.3 

11,284.9 



megawatt- 
hours 
34,967.5 

2,529.2 
74.788.9 
25,727.8 

6,249.6 

26.582.8 
16,885.9 
1,940.6 
41,264.0 
17.167.8 

1,017.0 

1,962.2 

50,924.2 

10,614.9 

4,593.1 

23,324.0 
64,483.2 

1,026.0 
32,603.2 

8,014.5 

6,184.5 

11,460.1 

208,512.0 

5.762.5 

3,050.6 

2,996.4 
18,976.3 
16,936.4 
10.743.1 

4,701.6 

11,112.8 
212,031.3 

6.807.5 
15.301.1 

3,470.1 

5,246.4 
10,195.2 
14,569.4 

3,293.1 
62,465.0 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



$ 

204,617 

16,166 

424,375 

145,542 

37.268 

142,034 
102,164 

12,602 
211,996 

98,871 

6,381 

11,506 

263,918 

60.741 

26,672 

127,073 

358,534 

6.820 

200,084 

49,073 

40,741 
71,168 
1.150,511 
36,170 
18,820 

17,155 
93,963 
98,985 
58,610 
26,680 

61,204 
1,139,426 
40,440 
86,621 
21.476 

33,397 
55,647 
82,832 
21,640 
365,970 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 

16,382 

1,268 

33,977 

11,520 

2,923 

11,372 

8,180 

988 

16,973 
7.916 

501 

902 

20.788 

4.864 

2.092 

9,965 

28,705 

535 

15,835 

3,866 

3,224 
5,609 
92,112 
2,836 
1,476 

1,373 
7,523 
7,925 
4,692 
2,092 

4,812 
91,225 
3,214 
6,925 
1,719 

2,619 
4,364 
6.511 
1.697 
29.300 



Stage II 



.568 



7,873 
3,614 



1,222 



619 

1,116 

20,237 



2.586 
12.323 



661 

10.893 

3.704 

2,251 
5,234 



3,508 
1,825 



2.587 
5.197 



1,398 
620 



3,239 
5,396 
7,155 
2,099 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



* See note 8, page 68. 





5nd December 31, 1970 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



51 













Demand 














Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










rURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Squity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


3te5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








'.4,526 


96,161 


312,359 


312,673 


314 


38.15 


49.51 


8.93 


2,554 


6.955 


24,899 


24.555 


344 


41.12 


49.95 


9.84 


'8,688 


205.669 


654,631 


647,151 


7,480 


35.74 


50.03 


8.75 


11,104 


70,751 


228,178 


221,990 


6.188 


37.55 


50.84 


8.87 


1,628 


17.186 


59,938 


59.246 


692 


38.62 


52.16 


9.59 


'1,330 


73.103 


218,407 


218,506 


99 


35.76 


49.87 


8.22 


6,359 


46.436 


154,785 


155,444 


659 


36.41 


49.13 


9.17 


2,622 


5.337 


18,693 


18.533 


160 


41.12 


48.10 


9.63 


'9,972 


113,476 


343,882 


342.166 


1.716 


38.30 


52.61 


8.33 


9,708 


47.211 


153,436 


153.400 


36 


38.03 


50.33 


8.94 


765 


2.797 


9,631 


9,478 


153 


38.61 


48.94 


9.47 


1,970 


5.396 


18,014 


17.912 


102 


41.12 


50.77 


9.18 


9,206 


140,042 


431,269 


428,591 


2,678 


38.15 


52.99 


8.47 


4,731 


29,191 


94,323 


92.621 


1,702 


37.30 


50.36 


8.89 


2,508 


12,631 


41,884 


40.587 


1,297 


38.62 


50.93 


9.12 


3,525 


64,141 


206,709 


206.146 


563 


39.84 


52.75 


8.86 


0,246 


177,329 


580,319 


572.236 


8.083 


38.28 


52.49 


9.00 


505 


2,822 


10,438 


10,358 


80 


38.62 


49.63 


10.17 


9,692 


89,659 


316.224 


316.062 


162 


39.91 


51.25 


9.70 


4,376 


22,040 


79.147 


77.435 


1.712 


40.63 


52.30 


9.88 


5,965 


17,007 


61,094 


61,283 


189 


39.84 


48.63 


9.88 


4,284 


31,515 


110.395 


108,463 


1,932 


37.90 


50.31 


9.63 


0,840 


573,408 


1.752.929 


1,746,063 


6.866 


35.53 


49.41 


8.41 


1,707 


15,847 


57,212 


56,337 


875 


38.62 


51.30 


9.93 


1,535 


8,389 


29,265 


29.086 


179 


38.62 


50.43 


9.59 


1,057 


8,240 


25,976 


25.913 


63 


35.53 


49.10 


8.67 


1,647 


52,185 


151.666 


149,701 


1.965 


38.35 


52.35 


7.99 


',718 


46,575 


155.271 


155.020 


251 


38.14 


50.87 


9.17 


6,050 


29,544 


88.734 


88,518 


216 


36.10 


49.10 


8.26 


1429 


12,929 


41.803 


41,427 


376 


39.26 


50.81 


8.89 


f,470 


30,560 


103.242 


101,987 


1.255 


40.88 


54.71 


9.29 


1,302 


583,086 


1,732,458 


1,722.637 


9,821 


35.60 


49.31 


8.17 


1,791 


18,721 


65,723 


65,289 


434 


39.13 


52.70 


9.65 


\928 


42,078 


134,329 


134,776 


447 


38.25 


50.29. 


8.78 


1,522 


9,543 


30.547 


30,039 


508 


35.53 


46.13 


8.80 


^,811 


14,428 


52,961 


52,737 


224 


41.12 


51.43 


10.09 


1177 


28,037 


92,176 


91,157 


1,019 


39.23 


53.72 


9.04 


■',691 


40,066 


138,744 


136,488 


2,256 


40.86 


54.32 


9.52 


',998 


9,056 


33,496 


33,959 


463 


41.12 


50.20 


10.17 


,412 


171,779 


537,279 


537,786 


507 


35.53 


47.61 


8.60 


1 

















52 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 'p 

for theiM 



Municipality 



Bracebridge * 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Palls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford * 

Campbell ville 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

CUnton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



kw 

2,225.2 

2,947.0 

2,160.4 

42,267.5 

67,457.0 

14,338.2 

254.0 

1,522.5 

367.5 

2,582.2 

25,163.7 
848.1 

1,080.6 
316.0 

1,202.0 

76.052.2 

367.0 

1,714.7 

2,278.1 

216.0 

1,067.1 
2,759.8 
1,039.2 
5,083.7 
1,312.5 

885.9 

651.4 

2,561.3 

39,279.4 

373.8 

1,647.8 
1,998.9 
2,210.9 
500.0 
2,978.5 

877.1 

17,310.1 

4,402.3 

1,669.5 

1,029.5 



Energy 



megawatt- 
hours 
8,487.8 
16,906.0 
10,425.7 
241,677.9 
400,967.8 

75,636.3 
1,212.2 
9.178.6 
1,811.6 

14,922.4 

151,998.5 
4,576.6 
6,167.2 
1,384.0 
6,391.3 

440,116.3 
1,905.4 
9,576.0 
8,873.6 
1,074.8 

5,971.9 
15,459.6 

5,940.3 
28,360.7 

6,587.9 

4,996.8 

3,949.9 

13,204.0 

226,486.7 

1,891.2 

8,988.2 
10,546.5 
12,017,8 

2,847.3 
16,238.1 

4,593.6 

103.132.9 

24.620.3 

10,348.8 

5.252.0 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



72,164 

95,571 

70,063 

1,370,740 

2.187,638 

464,989 

8,237 

49,375 

11,918 

83,741 

816,062 
27,504 
35,044 
10,248 
38,981 

2,466,381 

11,902 

55,609 

73,879 

7,005 

34,607 
89,500 
33,702 
164,866 
42,565 

28,729 
21,124 
83,063 
1,273,837 
12,122 

53,437 
64,825 
71,700 
16,215 
96,592 

28,445 

561,368 

142.766 

54,141 

33.385 



Transformation 

AND Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 

5,777 

7,652 

5,598 

109,738 

175,147 

37,144 
646 

3,950 
935 

6,704 

65,310 

2,157 

2,748 

804 

3,121 

196,923 

953 

4,361 

5,915 

549 

2,771 
7,166 
2,643 
13,077 
3,338 

2.253 

1,692 

6,514 

101,987 

951 

4,279 
5,084 
5,632 
1.272 
7.733 

2,278 

44,944 

234 

4,246 

2,635 



Stage II 



652 



4,969 
799 
200 

1,156 



2,667 

3,398 

994 



32,002 

5.393 

679 



3,268 
7,231 
4,128 

2,786 

8,055 

1,176 



6,286 
6,446 
1,572 



5.251 
2.249 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



2,964 
322 



9,315 



267 



75,870 



4,632 



1,134 
538 



74 



168 



587 



8.257 



231 



♦ See note 8, page 68. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



53 



felT OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

E,ed December 31, 1970 













Demand 














Cost 


Total Cost of 


\ 


Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










STURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








('Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


oteS) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








1.398 


23,341 


103,961 


101.933 


2,028 


36.86 


46.72 


12.25 


8,439 


46.492 


142.750 


142,043 


707 


35.53 


48.44 


8.44 


4,076 


28.671 


102,310 


102,085 


225 


35.97 


47.36 


9.81 


77,450 


664.614 


2,194,445 


2,204,520 


10,075 


38.03 


51.92 


9.08 


73,727 


1.102.661 


3,394,090 


3,397,084 


2.994 


38.03 


50.31 


8.46 


23.621 


208.000 


743,811 


727,121 


16,690 


39.02 


51.88 


9.83 


1,031 


3.334 


12,112 


11,420 


692 


38.62 


47.69 


9.99 


4.275 


25.241 


79.059 


78,899 


160 


38.16 


51.93 


8.61 


2.069 


4,982 


18.025 


17,991 


34 


41.12 


49.05 


9.95 


7.455 


41,037 


125.318 


124,155 


1,163 


35.53 


48.53 


8.40 


77,259 


417.996 


1.234,691 


1,226,145 


8,546 


35.53 


49.07 


8.12 


4.046 


12.586 


43,412 


42,662 


750 


41.12 


51.19 


9.49 


4.317 


16,960 


57,075 


56,628 


447 


41.12 


52.82 


9.25 


1,291 


3.806 


15,776 


15,641 


135 


41.97 


49.92 


11.40 


2,369 


17,576 


57,910 


57,988 


78 


35.53 


48.18 


9.06 


18,336 


1,210.320 


4,101.317 


4,069,880 


31,437 


39.44 


53.93 


9.32 


1,378 


5.240 


16,717 


16,392 


325 


35.03 


45.55 


8.77 


6,345 


26.334 


90,496 


89,561 


935 


41.12 


52.78 


9.45 


2.481 


24.403 


107,487 


106,677 


810 


37.56 


47.18 


12.11 


948 


2.956 


10,889 


10.707 


182 


41.12 


50.41 


10.13 


3.954 


16,423 


50,381 


50,311 


70 


35.53 


47.21 


8.44 


7,064 


42,514 


133,250 


132,234 


1,016 


35.44 


48.28 


8.62 


4,443 


16,336 


52,026 


51,952 


74 


38.62 


50.06 


8.76 


\2,745 


77,992 


243,501 


236,563 


6.938 


37.03 


47.90 


8.59 


2,346 


18,117 


66,458 


65,338 


1,120 


38.62 


50.63 


10.09 


3,032 


13,741 


47,209 


46,711 


498 


41.20 


53.29 


9.45 


1.462 


10,862 


32.542 


32,266 


276 


35.53 


49.96 


8.24 


2,643 


36,311 


131.300 


129.687 


1,613 


38.12 


51.26 


9.94 


0,651 


622,838 


1.995,849 


2.001.744 


5,895 


38.03 


50.81 


8.81 


1,569 


5,201 


18,068 


17.833 


235 


38.62 


48.34 


9.55 


8,711 


24,718 


74,715 


74,255 


460 


35.63 


45.34 


8.31 


7,319 


29,003 


98,878 


97,581 


1,297 


38.62 


49.47 


9.38 


6.267 


33,049 


117,193 


117,703 


510 


40.89 


53.01 


9.75 


2.351 


7,830 


26,038 


26.139 


101 


41.12 


52.08 


9.14 


3,073 


44,655 


145,430 


145.946 


516 


38.22 


48.83 


8.96 


2,547 


12,632 


41.247 


40.750 


497 


35.53 


47.03 


8.98 


4,252 


283,615 


862.587 


862.958 


371 


36.00 


49.83 


8.36 


7,626 


67,706 


203.080 


200,210 


2,870 


32.48 


46.13 


8.25 


4,324 


28,459 


88.608 


87,124 


1,484 


38.62 


53.07 


8.56 


■3,428 


14,443 


50.030 


49,822 


208 


37.90 


48.60 


9.53 



















54 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF l\i 

for the "a 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 
Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville * 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls * 

Fergus 



kw 

15,438.5 

429.0 

1.813.9 

700.4 

388.5 

333.3 
835.7 
372.0 
5.704.3 
342.0 

3,756.2 

1,616.5 

703.5 

631.9 

3,115.2 

344.8 

5.640.7 

377.7 

1.202.6 

14.534.3 

5,313.7 

2.503.8 

526.7 

86.022.0 

1,027.0 

7.188.9 
1.193.4 

275.1 
1,556.9 

618.5 

1,486.6 

634.0 

129.1 

1,376.8 

4,515.6 

3,201.3 
319,736.2 
3,495.4 
1,577.5 
9,289.7 



megawatt- 
hours 
92,763.1 
2,308.0 
9,644.1 
3,953.7 
2.107.8 

1.812.0 

4,448.3 

1.925.6 

34,195.4 

1,746.3 

20,222.4 
8,920.8 
3.679.0 
3,320.3 

16.255.8 

1.716.8 

32.474.4 

1,776.4 

6,614.7 

83,042.2 

31.407.4 

13,130.9 

2.748.2 

525.619.2 

4,810.7 

40,136.4 
6,622.4 
1.216.4 
8,758.5 
3,224.9 

7,725.6 

3,312.0 

594.0 

7,867.2 

25,589.3 

18.859.2 

2,005,127.0 

20,213.7 

8,292.4 

48,007.1 



$ 

500,672 
13,913 
58,823 
22,716 
12,600 

10,809 
27,101 
12,063 
184,991 
11,091 

121,813 
52.423 
22.814 
20,492 

101,026 

11,183 

182,928 

12,248 

39,001 

471,349 

172,325 

81,199 

17,081 

2,789,701 

33,307 

233.139 

38,702 

8,921 

50,490 

20,057 

48,210 

20,561 

4,187 

44,649 

146,442 

103.820 

10,369,077 

113,355 

51,158 

301,265 



$ 
39.886 
1.091 
4.709 
1,781 
988 

848 

2.125 

946 

14,810 

870 

9,753 
4,111 
1,789 
1,607 
8,089 

877 
14.346 

961 

3,059 

37,737 

13,797 

6,368 

1,340 

223,350 

2,612 

18,665 

3,035 

700 

3,964 

1,573 

3,781 

1,612 

328 

3,575 

11,724 

8,312 

829,878 

8.987 

4,096 

24,120 



11,784 
1,349 



2,203 
1,222 

1,048 
2,628 
1.170 



1.076 



5,084 
2,212 
1.987 



1,084 

17,740 

1,188 

3,782 



7,874 
1,656 



3,230 



3,753 

865 

4,671 

1.945 

4,675 

1,994 

406 



17,396 
5,247 



75 



733 



2,476 

4 
2,604 



79 
5.123 



986 



22.670 



130 
2,193 

261 

211,089 

623 



2,713 



*See note 8, page 68. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



55 



ST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

ed December 31, 1970 













Demand 
Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 








.ETURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


^te 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


"i 


» 


$ 


$ 


$ 








38.230 


255.099 


776,930 


780,725 


3,795 


36.28 


50.32 


8.38 


2,831 


6,347 


21.156 


20.793 


363 


41.12 


49.31 


9.17 


2.524 


26,521 


87,604 


87,250 


354 


35.07 


48.30 


9.08 


2,013 


10,873 


35.910 


35,492 


418 


38.62 


51.27 


9.08 


1,604 


5,796 


20,168 


20,208 


40 


41.12 


51.91 


9.57 


1,369 


4,983 


17.319 


17,203 


116 


41.12 


51.96 


9.56 


, 3.043 


12,233 


41,462 


41,244 


218 


38.62 


49.61 


9.32 


2,103 


5,295 


18,487 


18,582 


95 


41.12 


49.70 


9.60 


8,722 


94,037 


287.968 


285,866 


2.102 


35.53 


50.48 


8.42 


1.295 


4,802 


17,570 


17,332 


238 


41.12 


51.37 


10.06 


10,115 


55,612 


188,332 


188,065 


267 


38.03 


50.14 


9.31 


5,034 


24,532 


82,657 


82,157 


500 


39.07 


51.13 


9.27 


2,349 


10,117 


36,694 


36,472 


222 


41.12 


52.16 


9.97 


2,864 


9,131 


32,249 


31,904 


345 


41.12 


51.03 


9.71 


9,323 


44,703 


156,317 


156,668 


351 


38.82 


50.18 


9.62 


1,669 


4,721 


17,234 


17,078 


156 


41.13 


49.98 


10.04 


11,261 


89.305 


295,662 


291,703 


3.959 


38.58 


52.42 


9.10 


1,486 


4,885 


18,929 


18,972 


43 


41.12 


50.12 


10.66 


3,871 


18,190 


60,841 


59,696 


1,145 


38.68 


50.59 


9.20 


43,075 


228.366 


743.103 


743,646 


543 


38.38 


51.13 


8.95 


21,395 


86.370 


268.024 


268,355 


331 


38.21 


50.44 


8.53 


8,912 


36,110 


123,891 


123,415 


476 


38.62 


49.48 


9.44 


3,608 


7,558 


25,607 


25,367 


240 


41.12 


48.62 


9.32 


SI, 260 


1,445,453 


4.457.980 


4,434,175 


23.805 


38.29 


51.82 


8.48 


1,797 


13,229 


51,095 


51,298 


203 


38.62 


49.75 


10.62 


13,092 


110,375 


361,586 


360,993 


593 


38.16 


50.30 


9.01 


3,761 


18,212 


60.538 


59,794 


744 


38.62 


50.73 


9.14 


1,281 


3,345 


12,688 


12,670 


18 


38.62 


46.12 


10.43 


7,049 


24,086 


80.920 


79,490 


1,430 


41.03 


51.98 


9.24 


2,568 


8.868 


31.731 


31.602 


129 


41.12 


51.30 


9.84 


1,745 


21.245 


76,909 


75.142 


1,767 


38.62 


51.73 


9.96 


3,632 


9,108 


32,545 


32,269 


276 


41.12 


51.33 


9.83 


470 


1,634 


6,472 


6,395 


77 


41.12 


50.13 


10.90 


2,225 


21,635 


68,452 


68,970 


518 


35.62 


49.72 


8.70 


5,106 


70,370 


225.623 


222,811 


2.812 


35.51 


49.97 


8.82 


0,460 


51,863 


163,400 


162,642 


758 


38.11 


51.04 


8.66 


6,125 


5,514,099 


17.224,623 


17,249,637 


25.014 


38.74 


53.87 


8.59 


3,315 


55,588 


180,971 


180.917 


54 


39.68 


51.77 


8.95 


616 


22,804 


78,231 


76,920 


1.311 


35.53 


49.59 


9.43 


3,190 


132,020 


464,797 


467,798 


3.001 


38.32 


50.03 


9.68 



56 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF^H 

fortV 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 
Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

AND Metering 

mote 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Fri jtenc 
St/ JAR 

li ION 

(^);e^ 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton , 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station. 

Klincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



kw 
372.7 
767.0 
1,782.6 
2,359.0 
1,422.0 

43,384.8 

15,150.9 

1,151.4 

31,391.4 

8.858.7 

1,140.0 

822.3 

229.7 

3,628.0 

5,043.8 

78.976.2 

2,812.4 

592,923.0 

7,300.9 

2,042.2 

2,086.7 

787.7 

882.6 

10,106.8 

4,978.7 

1,381.7 

9,757.6 

405.3 

166.3 

4,157.4 

7,050.4 
1,291.5 
539.4 
6,182.5 
3,185.9 

10,685.8 

513.7 

3.250.6 

1,521.8 

62,591.4 



megawatt- 
hours 
1,822.4 
3,908.6 
9,989.8 
13,292.0 
7,849.6 

255,536.1 

87,195.5 

6,067.1 

191,808.8 
51,384.0 

5,851.2 

4,429.2 

1,124.7 

19,987.4 

28,102.8 

481,077.7 

12,611.4 

3,965,023.6 

35,333.1 

11.594.5 

12,270.3 

4,553.6 

4,887.5 

56.597.0 

25,915.9 

6.909.4 
52,111.8 

1,778.4 

739.6 

23,912.2 

41,968.5 

6,788.8 

3,070.4 

33,402.5 

19,158.1 

62,146.0 

2,495.0 

19,035.7 

8,647.6 

383,007.9 



$ 

12,088 

24,875 

57.810 

76,503 

46,117 

1,406,973 

491,344 

37,341 

1,018,026 
287,289 

36,969 

26,667 

7,449 

117,656 

163,572 

2,561,206 

91,207 

19,228,552 

236.769 

66.229 

67.672 

25,545 

28,624 

327,765 

161.460 

44.808 
316.440 

13,144 

5,395 

134,825 

228.645 

41,885 

17,493 

200.501 

103.320 

346,543 

16.660 

105,417 

49,352 

2,029.846 



948 
1,951 
4,534 
6,000 
3,617 

112.646 

39.339 

2,928 

38,470 

23,001 

2.899 

2,091 

584 

9,420 

13,029 

197,704 

7,175 

1,468,757 

18,798 

5,303 

5,313 

2,003 

2,292 

26,241 

12.927 

3,514 
25,335 

1,031 

423 

10,794 

18,306 
3,285 
1,372 

16,053 
8.272 

568 

1,333 

8.361 

3.870 

162.514 



$ 

1.172 
2.412 
5,606 
7,419 
4,472 



3,621 
41,741 



3,585 
2,586 

722 



3.983 



7,536 
9,368 



6.179 

2.477 



4,345 



1.275 
523 



4,062 
1,696 



4,657 
4,786 



89 



5,140 
23 



123 



190 
465 

115 

1,667 

1,331 

683 

357 

445 



581 



3,971 



915 
428 



2,831 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



57 



(j(T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

gfld December 31, 1970 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










:TURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Jquity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


Dte 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








1,643 


5,012 


17,763 


17,549 


214 


38.62 


47.66 


9.75 


2.022 


10,749 


38,349 


37,724 


625 


38.62 


50.00 


9.81 


5,220 


27,472 


95,550 


94,770 


780 


41.12 


53.60 


9.56 


9,924 


36,553 


123.717 


122,626 


1,091 


41.16 


52.44 


9.31 


2,720 


21.586 


73.783 


73,115 


668 


38.62 


51.89 


9.40 


t9.217 


702,724 


2.203.280 


2,205,358 


2,078 


38.03 


50.78 


8.62 


39,061 


239,788 


782.003 


788,820 


6,817 


38.37 


51.61 


8.97 


4,689 


16,684 


59,362 


58,985 


377 


41.14 


51.56 


9.78 


U,685 


527,474 


1,608,722 


1,586,018 


22,704 


35.49 


51.25 


8.39 


U,341 


141,306 


443,831 


443.744 


87 


38.03 


50.10 


8.64 


3,599 


16,091 


59,488 


59,128 


360 


41.22 


52.18 


10.17 


3,301 


12.180 


40.634 


40,669 


35 


38.62 


49.42 


9.17 


1,223 


3,093 


11.314 


11,157 


157 


41.11 


49.26 


10.06 


U.887 


54,965 


170,158 


168,989 


1,169 


35.58 


46.90 


8.51 


12,233 


77.283 


261,230 


254,062 


7,168 


38.90 


51.79 


9.30 


)1,363 


1.322,964 


4,117,555 


4,120,699 


3,144 


37.93 


52.14 


8.56 


'4,266 


34,681 


136,437 


137,043 


606 


41.25 


48.51 


10.82 


. '2,428 


10.903.815 


31,321,276 


31,400,611 


79,335 


37.66 


52.83 


7.90 


■3.439 


97,166 


342,995 


341,264 


1,731 


36.88 


46.98 


9.71 


8,657 


31,885 


101,244 


101,455 


211 


38.20 


49.58 


8.73 


9,059 


33,743 


110,553 


110,512 


41 


41.15 


52.98 


9.01 


2,412 


12.522 


40,529 


40,206 


323 


38.62 


51.45 


8.90 


3,669 


13,440 


41,128 


41,119 


9 


35.53 


46.60 


8.42 


1.079 


155,642 


503,622 


504,342 


720 


35.53 


49.83 


8.90 


6,782 


71,269 


238,874 


230,946 


7,928 


35.03 


47.98 


9.22 


4,925 


19,001 


70,888 


69.029 


1,859 


41.12 


51.30 


10.26 


5,629 


143,307 


479,307 


476,277 


3,030 


38.09 


49.12 


9.20 


1,750 


4,891 


19,807 


19,584 


223 


41.12 


48.87 


11.14 


698 


2,034 


7,760 


7,708 


52 


38.63 


46.66 


10.49 


7,546 


65,759 


195,911 


194,073 


1,838 


35.53 


47.12 


8.19 


0,222 


115.413 


347,264 


347,897 


633 


38.59 


49.25 


8.27 


3,518 


18.669 


65,029 


64,000 


1.029 


38.62 


50.35 


9.58 


3,224 


8.444 


27,399 


27.230 


169 


41.12 


50.80 


8.92 


1,075 


91,857 


298,251 


297,392 


859 


35.17 


48.24 


8.93 


9,125 


52,685 


157,173 


155,111 


2,062 


35.66 


49.33 


8.20 


4,654 


170,902 


513,359 


512,143 


1,216 


32.48 


48.04 


8.26 


1,017 


6,861 


24,094 


24,279 


185 


35.53 


46.90 


9.66 


4,390 


52,348 


160,849 


159,585 


1.264 


37.81 


49.48 


8.45 


1,570 


23,781 


83,784 


83.149 


635 


41.12 


55.06 


9.69 


.'.881 


1,053.272 


3,099.047 


3,077,142 


21.905 


35.53 


49.51 


8.09 



58 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF^H 

fortl 



Municipality 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



kw 

3.751.0 

168.3 

134,203.3 

2.300.5 

1,691.6 

723.5 
489.1 
994.1 
357.1 
10,713.5 

16,464.2 

5.596.1 

206.005.4 

961.4 

971.1 

1,111.1 
467.0 

1,589.9 
167.8 

1,316.5 

10,123.7 

1,156.3 

203.3 

908.0 

907.9 

854.3 

4,979.1 

554.8 

841.8 

14,600.4 

642.7 

657.3 

8,344.1 

1,244.6 

189,772.9 

3.173.0 
405.2 

2,026.8 
710.5 

3,203.1 



Energy 



megawatt- 
hours 
20,223.7 
838.0 
788.592.5 
13.276.8 
9.257.6 

3,500.3 
2,717.9 
5.804.6 
1.952.0 
62,364.6 

120,269.2 

30,592.3 

1,229.879.2 

5,580.6 

5.318.4 

5,811.2 
2,665.2 
8,820.0 
924.0 
7.469.6 

57.547.9 
6.451.2 
1,036.0 
5,397.6 
4,613.4 

4,666.8 

27,161.9 

2.968.8 

4.333.4 

82.231.1 

4.085.0 

3.655.8 

50.398.4 

6.329.9 

1,226,053.6 

16,880.0 
2.162.5 

11,446.8 
3,860.9 

17,960.2 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



$ 

121,644 

5,459 

4,352,227 

74,607 

54,860 

23.462 
15,862 
32,237 
11,581 
347,439 

533,937 

181,483 

6,680,777 

31.179 

31.492 

36,034 
15,145 
51,560 
5,442 
42,695 

328.312 

37.498 

6.593 

29,447 

29,442 

27,705 

161,474 

17,992 

27,299 

473,492 

20,843 

21,318 

270,600 

40,363 

6,154,355 

102.901 
13,141 
65,729 
23,042 

103,876 



Transformation 
AND Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 

9.597 
428 
7.136 
5,851 
4,302 

1,840 

1,244 

2,528 

927 

27,735 

42,748 

14.530 

534,878 

2.445 

2,470 

2.826 
1,188 
4.044 
436 
3,348 

25,937 

2.941 

517 

2,357 

2.309 

2,173 

12.865 

1,411 

2,141 

37.909 

1.635 

1.672 

21,602 

3.165 

492.691 

8,239 
1,031 
5,155 
1,807 
8,227 



Stage II 



$ 

8,434 
529 



7,235 
5,320 

2,275 
1.538 
3.126 



4,842 



3,024 
3.054 

3.494 
1.469 
5,000 



4,140 

20.587 

3,637 

639 



2,855 

2,687 
3.717 
1.745 
2.647 



2.021 
2.067 
3,732 
3,914 
2,387 



1,274 
6,374 
2,235 
5,312 



Special 
Facilities 
1 (Note 3) 



$ 

3,424 



621 



2,539 



4,930 
236 



19 



$.615 
662 



1,768 



863 



3,782 

65 

92,475 

2,800 



1,032 
526 



FrI TENf 

STAi)ARI 

12 ION 

(^'e4 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



59 



;0r OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

nd December 31, 1970 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










URN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








'JUITY 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


■.eS) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


! 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








'.,130 


55,615 


197,837 


192,863 


4,974 


41.15 


52.74 


9.78 


714 


2,305 


8,091 


7,969 


122 


38.62 


48.07 


9.66 


\027 


2,168.629 


6,535,575 


6,559,804 


24.229 


35.48 


48.70 


8.29 


•,237 


36,511 


118.117 


117,100 


1,017 


38.62 


51.34 


8.90 


\,676 


25,458 


90,373 


89,833 


540 


41.14 


53.42 


9.76 


,'..174 


9,626 


35,391 


35,212 


179 


38.62 


48.92 


10.11 


',686 


7,474 


24,677 


24.322 


355 


38.62 


50.45 


9.08 


',978 


15,963 


51,497 


51.409 


88 


38.74 


51.80 


8.87 


564 


5,368 


17,312 


17,286 


26 


35.03 


48.48 


8.87 


,640 


171,503 


550,559 


552,413 


1,854 


38.71 


51.39 


8.83 


1.783 


281,240 


820.304 


819,362 


942 


35.83 


49.82 


8.02 


,721 


84,129 


275,445 


275,072 


373 


38.07 


49.22 


9.00 


',742 


3,382,168 


10.586.097 


10,596.351 


10.254 


38.03 


51.39 


8.61 


,489 


15,347 


50.987 


50,105 


882 


38.62 


53.03 


9.14 


,975 


14,626 


50.580 


50.206 


374 


41.12 


52.09 


9.51 


,825 


15,981 


53.085 


52.530 


555 


38.64 


47.78 


9.13 


,195 


7,329 


24,337 


24.366 


29 


41.12 


52.11 


9.13 


,845 


24.255 


80,809 


79.141 


1,668 


38.62 


50.83 


9.16 


366 


2,541 


8,137 


8,106 


31 


35.53 


48.49 


8.81 


,863 


20.541 


67,519 


65,762 


1,757 


38.62 


51.29 


9.04 


,630 


158,257 


557.449 


561,360 


3,911 


40.88 


55.06 


9.69 


,579 


17,741 


59.478 


59,160 


318 


39.19 


51.44 


9.22 


805 


2,849 


9.895 


9,751 


144 


38.62 


48.67 


9.55 


,518 


14,843 


45.129 


44,887 


242 


35.03 


49.70 


8.36 


,044 


12,687 


44,703 


43,951 


752 


38.62 


49.24 


9.69 


,980 


12,834 


42.419 


42,761 


342 


38.12 


49.65 


9.09 


,266 


74,695 


241,743 


237,589 


4,154 


46.62 


48.55 


8.90 


,384 


8,164 


28,592 


28,192 


400 


41.12 


51.54 


9.63 


,783 


11,917 


42,642 


42,373 


269 


38.62 


50.66 


9.84 


,989 


226,136 


692,711 


692,447 


264 


35.59 


47.44 


8.42 


.427 


11,234 


33,627 


33,373 


254 


38.62 


52.32 


8.23 


020 


10,054 


33,420 


33,241 


179 


38.62 


50.84 


9.14 


269 


138,595 


438,074 


439,970 


1,896 


38.92 


52.50 


8.69 


364 


17.407 


61,284 


60.527 


757 


41.17 


49.24 


9.68 


^ 970 


3.371.647 


10,430,904 


10.376,053 


54,851 


38.53 


54.97 


8.51 


SS8 


46.420 


157,991 


157,876 


115 


38.91 


49.79 


9.36 


r>22 


5.947 


20,987 


20,948 


39 


41.12 


51.79 


9.71 


587 


31.479 


105,195 


102,907 


2,288 


39.13 


51.90 


9.19 


224 


10,617 


37,609 


37,570 


39 


41.12 


52.93 


9.74 


024 


49,390 


157,909 


155,104 


2,805 


37.32 


49.30 


8.79 



60 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OFfl 

for th Y 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 
Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia * 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa * 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound * 

Pembroke * 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Petrolia Water Works 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 



kw 

4.862.8 

61,879.8 

478.2 

245.8 

419.0 

303.3 

1,848.2 

2.972.6 

11.133.3 

2.254.2 

50.055.2 

2.118.3 

45,554.8 

456,931.8 

1,141.6 

951.8 

102.235.8 

406.9 

558.7 

7,457.4 

16.198.3 

913.2 

114.762.6 

357.250.4 

513.0 

21.439.3 

816.3 

1,701.9 

6.011.9 

1.259.1 

4.984.7 
6.377.4 
4.570.2 
6,720.2 
68,276.2 

3,237.2 

176.6 

1,554.7 

4,999.6 

982.7 



megawatt- 
hours 
25.558.1 
375.362.1 
2.202.4 
1.294.5 
2.285.6 

1.458.0 
10,584.1 
15,531.4 
65,632.1 
13.275.7 

310.944.1 

13,417.1 

273.914.9 

2.743.977.3 

6,416.0 

5,214.5 

706,525.3 

2,379.5 

3,509.9 

42,136.8 

84,320.6 

5,068.5 

663,459.5 

2,136,553.9 

2,709.3 

131,227.0 

4,148.9 

9,642.5 

31,554.0 

6.195.4 

29,975.2 
28,281.2 
27,407.4 
36,886.5 
434,093.2 

17,387.4 
982.5 

8,916.4 
27,999.0 

5,107.9 



$ 

157,702 

2,006.768 

15,509 

7,972 

13,589 

9,836 

59,936 

96,402 

361.054 

73.104 

1.623,295 
68.698 

1,477.347 

14.818.345 

37.023 

30.865 

3,315,517 

13,196 

18,120 

241,844 

525,312 

29,614 

3,721,764 

11,585,667 

16,636 

695,279 
26,473 
55,193 

194.964 
40.832 

161.653 
206.819 
148.212 
217.936 
2,214,204 

104,984 
5,727 

50,420 
162.138 

31,871 



$ 

12,513 
71,190 

1,216 
625 

1,066 

771 

4,798 

7,579 

28,648 

5,853 

129,965 
5,387 

118,279 

1,174,432 

2,903 

2,421 

265,260 

1,035 

1,421 

19,248 

42,057 

2.323 

297,973 

786,710 

1,305 

55,372 
2,119 
4,418 

15,610 
3,202 

12,942 
16,558 
11,866 
17.448 
177.274 

8.258 

449 

3.954 

12,981 

2.499 



$ 

6.656 
4.204 
1,504 
773 
1,318 

954 



8,212 
15,294 



6,662 



3,590 

2,993 
11,125 
1,280 
1,757 
6,801 



2,872 



1,236 
1,613 



16,263 



3,960 



8,699 

555 

4,889 



1,857 
1,497 



807 
7,683 
1.299 



27,919 


36,422 


862 


43,170 





5,494 



673 
3,847 



458 

10,847 

1.183 



480 



212 



3,091 



* See note 8, page 68. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



61 



T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 








d December 31, 1970 
























Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 


i. 


Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










TURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Jquity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(^Refunded 






Mills 


)teS) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


i'$ 


% 


$ 


$ 


$ 








'9,585 


70.285 


231,859 


228,351 


3.508 


37.25 


47.68 


9.07 


■6.334 


1,032.246 


3.090.511 


3,057.461 


33.050 


34.17 


49.94 


8.23 


1,757 


6.057 


22.768 


22,642 


126 


38.62 


47.61 


10.34 


412 


3.560 


12.641 


12,260 


381 


38.62 


51.43 


9.77 


974 


6.286 


21.495 


20,839 


656 


38.62 


51.30 


9.40 


1,022 


4.010 


15.459 


15,684 


225 


41.12 


50.97 


10.60 


3,972 


29.106 


90.792 


89,673 


1.119 


35.53 


49.12 


8.58 


0,391 


42,711 


154.238 


153.442 


796 


41.01 


51.89 


9.93 


4.294 


180,488 


602,273 


596,875 


5.398 


40.07 


54.10 


9.18 


0,144 


36,508 


113,383 


113,696 


313 


38.60 


50.30 


8.54 


4,253 


855,096 


2,602,188 


2,611.873 


9,685 


38.58 


51.99 


8.37 


6,268 


36.897 


111,376 


110.376 


1,000 


38.12 


52.58 


8.30 


8,350 


753.266 


2.276,964 


2,239,590 


37,374 


35.83 


49.98 


8.31 


9,383 


7.545.938 


24,240,127 


24,142.569 


97,558 


38.00 


53.05 


8.83 


6,739 


17.644 


58,708 


58.265 


443 


41.87 


51.43 


9.15 


3,182 


14.340 


47,913 


47.116 


797 


38.62 


50.34 


9.19 


^,284 


1,942.944 


5,726,439 


5,719.252 


7,187 


38.56 


56.01 


8.11 


1,327 


6.544 


19,949 


19,983 


34 


41.12 


49.03 


8.38 


'.,049 


9,652 


29,180 


29,232 


52 


38.62 


52.23 


8.31 


^276 


115,876 


374,716 


377,317 


2,601 


37.16 


50.25 


8.89 


],586 


231,882 


795,876 


785,951 


9,925 


36.21 


49.13 


9.44 


'..230 


13.938 


46,974 


48,658 


1,684 


38.62 


51.44 


9.27 


',986 


1.824.514 


5,573,646 


5,598,516 


24,870 


35.53 


48.57 


8.40 


',141 


5,875.523 


17,809,620 


17,805,905 


3,715 


35.14 


49.85 


8.34 


'.,321 


7.451 


26,223 


26,045 


178 


41.12 


51.12 


9.68 


,216 


360,874 


1,064.292 


1,059,849 


4,443 


36.27 


49.64 


8.11 


.148 


11,410 


37,262 


37.058 


204 


35.53 


45.65 


8.98 


.891 


26,517 


83.016 


82,844 


172 


38.42 


48.78 


8.61 


,792 


86,774 


294.439 


290.607 


3,832 


38.67 


48.98 


9.33 


.479 


17,037 


63.329 


63,102 


227 


41.12 


50.30 


10.22 


,947 


82,432 


251.030 


251,222 


192 


35.62 


50.36 


8.37 


,730 


77,773 


312.456 


303,212 


9,244 


37.23 


48.99 


11.05 


.605 


75,370 


223.311 


222,657 


654 


35.79 


48.86 


8.15 


,518 


101,438 


315,664 


312,853 


2,811 


35.53 


46.97 


8.56 


c,242 


1,193,756 


3.419.130 


3,427.006 


7,876 


35.53 


50.08 


7.88 


,587 


47,815 


162,361 


159.670 


2,691 


40.82 


50.15 


9.34 


~.„ ' 


2,702 


9,963 


9,697 


266 


41.12 


56.42 


10.14 


167 


24,520 


82,393 


80.267 


2,126 


38.62 


53.00 


9.24 


624 


76.997 


233,204 


232.844 


360 


35.57 


46.64 


8.33 


356 


14,047 


50,643 


49.711 


932 


38.62 


51.53 


9.91 



62 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OljTI 

for t 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 
Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 
AND Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Fl!.UE> 

SljlDAl. 

1,T10> 

(Ite 



Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew * 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 



kw 

959.8 
7.064.8 

338.3 
14,469.6 
18,671.7 

2,511.0 
3,254.0 
11,682.4 
1,569.2 
2,861.6 

505.5 

1,390.6 

5,098.9 

17,662.5 

100.7 

425.0 

430.7 

1,103.6 

1,065.0 

6,742.8 

1,780.5 

17,928.4 

2,559.6 

551.0 

2,162.5 

717.3 
737.0 
263.5 
629.3 
138,641.8 

1,517.6 

831.9 

1.053.7 

4,555.8 

26,700.2 

6,778.0 

58,068.4 

284,560.5 

1,746.7 

2,280.6 



megawatt- 
hours 

4,790.4 

35,332.8 

1,875.7 

91,016.9 

138.452.8 

14,864.7 
19.568.1 
66.761.3 
6,486.8 
16,692.6 

2,818.4 

7,964.3 

28,260.3 

97,683.3 

459.6 

2,183.2 
2,394.0 
6,336.0 
5,993.2 
36,942.6 

10,222.1 

109,238.1 

13,098.1 

2.905.6 

12,125.4 

4,024.0 
3,985.0 
1,310.4 
3,565.8 
829,098.5 

8.363.2 

4.436.4 

5.621.9 

25,711.8 

153,363.5 

38,498.4 

383,422.6 

1.706.800.9 

10,617.8 

11.801.8 



$ 

31.127 
229,114 

10,973 
469,250 
605.524 

81.433 

105,528 

378,862 

50,890 

92.802 

16.393 

45.096 

165,357 

572,797 

3.265 

13.783 
13.968 
35,791 
34,538 
218.669 

57.743 
581,419 
83,007 
17,868 
70,130 

23,262 

23,900 

8,545 

20,409 

4,496,168 

49,216 

26,977 

34,171 

147,746 

865,891 

219,812 

1,883,165 

9,228,327 

56,645 

73,959 



$ 

2,441 

18,259 

860 

37,569 

48,480 

6,520 
8,276 
30,332 
3,991 
7,430 

1,286 

3.537 

13,239 

45,845 

256 

1.081 
1.095 
2.807 
2.766 
17.508 

4.528 
46,375 
6,614 
1.401 
5,500 

1,824 

1,874 

684 

1,600 

359,965 

3,860 

2,116 

2,680 

11,829 

69,312 

17,512 
150,100 

738,485 
4,442 
5,921 



$ 

3,019 
5,021 
1,064 



10,234 
4,935 



1,590 
4,373 



811 

317 

1,337 
1,355 
3,471 



5,600 



1,919 
1,733 
6,801 

2,256 
2,318 



1,979 
480 

4,773 
2,616 
3.314 



756 
5.114 



13,066 
5,493 



33 
2,149 
7,825 

1,872 

44 

3,010 

884 

777 



2,149 
1.114 



264 
434 
516 



6,440 
1,410 



380 



5,981 



183,245 
179 
569 



* See note 8, page 68. 







Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 




63 


' OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 






December 31, 1970 
























Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










Fjrn 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








■TTITY 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 


f 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








m',399 


13,174 


49,241 


49,972 


731 


41.12 


51.30 


10.28 


W,022 


97,165 


345,731 


353,509 


7,778 


38.73 


48.94 


9.78 


§,348 


5,158 


17.755 


17,662 


93 


41.22 


52.48 


9.47 


f',248 


250,297 


758,426 


762,409 


3,983 


38.18 


52.42 


8.33 


' \753 


380,745 


1,056,836 


1,054,908 


1,928 


38.45 


56.60 


7.63 


\672 


40,878 


127.564 


127,444 


120 


38.77 


50.80 


8.58 


',166 


53,812 


171,355 


167.488 


3,867 


38.63 


52.66 


8.76 


\679 


183,594 


562,960 


558.285 


4,675 


35.78 


48.19 


8.43 


1,777 


17,839 


74,547 


74,877 


330 


39.18 


47.51 


11.49 


',757 


45,905 


140,588 


140,114 


474 


35.80 


49.13 


8.42 


',115 


7,751 


26,422 


26,211 


211 


41.12 


52.27 


9.37 


',691 


21,902 


72,538 


72,768 


230 


42.66 


52.16 


9.11 


',,718 


77,716 


241,257 


239,372 


1,885 


35.74 


47.32 


8.54 


',966 


268,629 


882,104 


875.474 


6,630 


38.07 


49.94 


9.03 


310 


1,264 


4,842 


4.746 


96 


38.61 


48.08 


10.54 


',J53 


6,004 


21,237 


21.015 


312 


41.12 


50.18 


9.77 


,959 


6,583 


22,334 


22.205 


129 


41.12 


51.86 


9.33 


,681 


17,424 


58,076 


56,506 


1,570 


38.36 


52.62 


9.17 


'.,839 


16,481 


51,380 


51,209 


171 


35.43 


48.24 


8.57 


■,290 


101,592 


326,366 


326,335 


31 


35.60 


48.40 


8.83 


],751 


28,111 


94,121 


92,543 


1,578 


38.62 


52.86 


9.21 


\,101 


300,405 


955.323 


954,337 


986 


38.38 


53.29 


8.75 


\017 


36,020 


126,632 


126,635 


3 


39.31 


49.47 


9.67 


\292 


7,990 


26,976 


26,442 


534 


38.62 


48.96 


9.28 


1,622 


33,345 


113,235 


111,987 


1,248 


38.62 


52.36 


9.34 


'.,737 


11,066 


37,823 


37,564 


259 


41.12 


52.73 


9.40 


^,486 


10,959 


37,776 


37,810 


34 


41.12 


51.26 


9.48 


966 


3,604 


11,999 


11,927 


72 


35.53 


45.54 


9.16 


',844 


9,806 


32,265 


32,519 


254 


38.62 


51.27 


9.05 


'^776 


2,280,021 


7,137,163 


7,194,056 


56,893 


38.03 


51.48 


8.61 


'.,994 


22,999 


82,407 


81,665 


742 


41.12 


54.30 


9.85 


h272 


12,200 


43.133 


41,822 


1,311 


41.12 


51.85 


9.72 


K168 


15,460 


54,618 


54,444 


174 


41.12 


51.83 


9.72 


',737 


70,707 


206,212 


206,857 


645 


38.03 


45.26 


8.02 


',662 


421,750 


1,330,148 


1,334,697 


4,549 


38.05 


49.82 


8.67 


K392 


105,871 


365,232 


363,190 


2,042 


39.65 


53.88 


9.49 


',922 


1,054,412 


2,933,960 


2,961,497 


27,537 


38.01 


50.53 


7.65 


i,177 


4,693,703 


15,222,331 


15,135,599 


86,732 


38.72 


53.49 


8.92 


1,387 


29.199 


91,571 


90.568 


1,003 


38.22 


52.43 


8.62 


'1,295 


32,455 


108,451 


109,363 


912 


38.28 


47.55 


9.19 



64 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF*^^ 

for thm"^ 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

DURING Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

AND Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Shelbume 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

StouflEville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay * 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 



kw 

1,722.7 
13,615.0 

2,546.0 
11,818.6 

2,441.2 

732.3 

842.1 

305.1 

1,754.5 

1,472.0 

5,802.5 
4,117.6 
30,752.6 
6,733.2 
5,660.1 

4,596.6 

68.035.4 

636.0 

882.5 
2,429.7 

895.7 
1,705.9 
3,427.2 
1,322.5 
1,865.2 

1,411.3 
1,122.7 
690.4 
1,480.6 
1,492.4 

327.8 
249.4 

6,276.7 
113.287.1 

3,356.1 

7,840.7 

850.296.2 

920.2 

20,789.3 

2,064.1 



megawatt- 
hours 

9.857.1 
80,385.2 
15,208.8 
67,046.6 
14,246.4 

3,905.6 
4,681.6 
1,724.1 
9,852.9 
8.087.5 

31.438.4 
22.486.0 
177,414.9 
36,813.0 
33,135.6 

25,736.6 

420,996.2 

3,523.2 

4,870.8 

14.445.8 

5.294.4 
8.993.4 

19.639.8 
6.751.1 

12,099.5 

8,088.0 

5,282.7 
3,878.0 
8.339.5 
8,235.2 

1,634.4 

1,250.8 

35.551.5 

681.863.6 

16.791.6 

42.641.1 

5,352.009.1 

4.668.8 

130.950.4 

11,177.6 



$ 

55,868 
441.536 

82.567 
383,277 

79,169 

23,749 
27,309 
9,894 
56,899 
47,737 

188.176 
133,534 
997,310 
218,357 
183,557 

149,068 

2,206,395 

20,626 

28,620 

78,796 

29,048 
55,323 
111,145 
42,889 
60,489 

45,769 
36,409 
22,391 
48,016 
48,399 

10.629 

8,088 

203.553 

3,673.913 

108,839 

254,274 
27,575,192 

29,841 
674,199 

66,939 



$ 

4,381 
35,338 

6,475 
30,686 

6,209 

1,862 
2,187 
776 
4,462 
3,822 

14,763 
10,691 
79,847 
17,482 
14,696 

11,934 

176,649 

1,618 

2,291 

6,179 

2.278 
4.339 
8.898 
3,386 
4,843 

3,589 
2,855 
1,756 
3.845 
3.796 

834 

634 

16.297 

294.100 

8,713 

20,358 
1,888,374 

2,340 
53,977 

5,360 



$ 

5,418 

698 

8,007 



7,677 
2,303 



960 
5,518 



17,889 



2,000 
7,641 



2,817 
5,365 



2,796 



4.438 
3.531 
2,171 



4,694 



1.031 

784 



2,458 



2.894 



$ 
5,093 



258 
1,629 



43 



397 
7,692 



3,982 
3,008 



2,239 
53,283 



934 
2,067 



1,378 



16 



504 
7,466 
2,226 



8,385 



284 



* See note 8, page 68. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



65 



30S OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

^ndei December 31, 1970 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 








RN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








i JITY 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


^ 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








768 


27,107 


87,867 


85,635 


2.232 


38.62 


51.01 


8.91 


899 


221,059 


702,670 


703,237 


567 


38.45 


51.61 


8.74 


910 


41,824 


129,963 


128,380 


1.583 


38.12 


51.05 


8.55 


027 


184,378 


564,481 


561,352 


3.129 


35.55 


47.76 


8.42 


318 


39,178 


127,765 


124.451 


3,314 


39.29 


52.34 


8.97 


775 


10,740 


38,076 


37,852 


224 


41.12 


52.00 


9.75 


871 


12,875 


41,500 


41,187 


313 


35.03 


49.28 


8.86 


758 


4,741 


15,571 


15,304 


267 


41.26 


51.04 


9.03 


582 


27,095 


89,269 


88,565 


704 


38.62 


50.88 


9.06 


609 


22,241 


69,927 


69,281 


646 


35.53 


47.50 


8.65 


.985 


86.456 


313,104 


310,500 


2,604 


41.13 


53.96 


9.96 


754 


61,836 


216,352 


209,195 


7,157 


39.89 


52.54 


9.62 


i537 


487,891 


1,537,769 


1,544,761 


6,992 


38.03 


50.00 


8.67 


956 


101,236 


338,301 


340,126 


1,825 


38.62 


50.24 


9.19 


.212 


91,123 


298,152 


294,012 


4,140 


38.56 


52.68 


9.00 


ass 


70,776 


225,729 


223,848 


1,881 


35.51 


49.11 


8.77 


iios 


1.157,740 


3,429.959 


3,385,117 


44,842 


35.81 


50.41 


8.15 


1391 


9,689 


31,860 


31,780 


80 


38.62 


50.09 


9.04 


l530 


13,395 


43,217 


43,135 


82 


35.53 


48.97 


8.87 


794 


39,726 


132,837 


129,759 


3,078 


41.12 


54.67 


9.20 


716 


14,560 


46,435 


46,244 


191 


38.62 


51.84 


8.77 


\ASO 


24,732 


87,331 


86,666 


665 


41.67 


51.19 


9.71 


\,2S9 


54,009 


177,112 


176,840 


272 


38.63 


51.68 


9.02 


1257 


18,565 


64,040 


63,652 


388 


37.60 


48.42 


9.49 


\202 


33,273 


93,403 


93,144 


259 


35.03 


50.08 


7.72 


.598 


22,242 


75,674 


74,689 


985 


41.12 


53.62 


9.36 


764 


14,528 


55,927 


55,787 


140 


41.12 


49.81 


10.59 


,881 


10,665 


36,173 


36,034 


139 


41.12 


52.39 


9.33 


.085 


22,934 


74,088 


74,003 


85 


35.96 


50.04 


8.88 


,247 


22,647 


77,035 


76,249 


786 


38.62 


51.62 


9.35 


,641 


4.495 


16,347 


16,167 


180 


41.16 


49.87 


10.00 


845 


3,440 


12,226 


12,292 


66 


38.62 


49.02 


9.77 


,539 


97,767 


288,412 


291,207 


2,795 


38.11 


45.95 


8.11 


,172 


1.875,125 


5,294,890 


5,234,911 


59,979 


35.11 


46.74 


7.77 


,115 


46,177 


162,908 


163,180 


272 


38.69 


48.54 


9.70 


,685 


117,263 


388,732 


390,020 


1,288 


38.03 


49.58 


9.12 


,680 


14,718,025 


42,542,185 


42,513,311 


28,874 


37.66 


50.03 


7.95 


,747 


12,839 


45,627 


43.941 


1,686 


38.62 


49.58 


9.77 


,710 


360,114 


1,033,975 


1,031,534 


2,441 


35.53 


49.74 


7.90 


,008 


30.738 


98,345 


98.147 


198 


35.66 


47.65 


8.80 



















66 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION Ollf 

fortliYr 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

AND Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Prmen, 

STif^jAR) 
I2''lON 

(>e4 



Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities.. 



kw 

3,469.9 

1.393.1 

31,074.6 

894.6 

5,875.7 

19,033.7 

288.0 

486.5 

1,431.4 

1,680.9 

2,068.0 
46,094.8 

1,959.0 
574.7 
330.5 

41.707.5 

670.9 

874.8 

1,565.0 

599.4 

1,181.2 

26,442.6 

2.078.6 

325.3 

2.382.3 

266.7 

206.729.9 

4,229.3 

2,780.9 

34,782.1 

366.7 

1.020.0 

102.304.8 

715.5 



megawatt- 
hours 
17,723.0 
7,041.6 
192,071.7 
4,936.0 
33,172.8 

110.733.9 
1.599.0 
2.570.0 
6.859.5 
9,794.4 

10,147.2 

292,377.1 

10,441.3 

3,182.4 

1,741.9 

239,626.0 
3,356.9 
4,790.0 
7,397.0 
3,328.0 

6,675.1 

155,889.7 

12,046.6 

1,644.8 

13,950.5 

1,167.0 

1,274,324.4 

23,005.4 

17,728.7 

202.091.0 

1.919.2 

5.270.4 

644.003.2 

3,767.6 



$ 
112,529 

45,177 
1,007,753 

29,011 
190.549 

617.267 

9.340 

15.777 

46,420 

54,513 

67,065 
1,494,859 
63,531 
18,637 
10,718 

1,352,578 
21,758 
28,370 
50,754 
19.439 

38.307 
857.536 
67.409 
10.549 
77.259 

8.649 

6.704,272 

137,157 

90,184 

1,127,986 

11,892 

33,078 

3,317,755 

23,203 



$ 

9,010 

3,543 
80,677 

2,275 
15,255 

49,420 

732 
1,237 
3,640 
4,275 

5,283 
2,451 
5,028 
1,462 
859 

108,291 
1,706 
2,225 
3,980 
1,524 

3,004 

68,565 

5,286 

827 

6,092 

692 

536.759 

10.981 

7.103 

90,309 

933 

2,594 

265,627 

1,820 



4,381 

371 

2,813 



906 
1,530 
4.502 
5,286 

5,087 



3,442 
1,807 



2,110 
2,751 
4,922 
1,885 

3,715 
1,247 
6,537 
1,023 
5,518 



6,993 



1,153 
3,208 



2,250 



46 



21,490 

4,374 



5,404 
90 



237 
43 



8,899 



170 



608 
,189 



84 
101 



,3,2( 
3,2} 
5.8; 



6,363,179.5 



38,847,874.6 



206,358,571 



15,325,660 



939,657 



.052,645 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



67 



EOS OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 








gnd( December 31, 1970 
























Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










R.JRN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








OKlUITY 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


(^eS) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per Kw 


$ per Kw 


per Kwh 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








,490 


48,738 


162,568 


163.443 


875 


35.54 


46.85 


9.17 


,148 


19,364 


71,014 


70.536 


478 


38.62 


50.98 


10.08 


,412 


528,197 


1,701,300 


1.619.242 


82,058 


38.73 


54.75 


8.86 


,177 


13,574 


45,943 


45.439 


504 


38.62 


51.36 


9.31 


,096 


91,225 


289,245 


288.698 


547 


36.27 


49.23 


8.72 


,765 


304.518 


969,945 


979,609 


9,664 


38.31 


50.96 


8.76 


,148 


4,397 


15,181 


15.190 


9 


41.43 


52.71 


9.49 


,588 


7,068 


24,267 


23.821 


446 


38.62 


49.88 


9.44 


\484 


18,864 


71,658 


70.534 


1.124 


38.62 


50.06 


10.45 


,670 


26.935 


90,382 


89,963 


419 


41.12 


53.77 


9.23 


,699 


27,905 


104,082 


103,989 


93 


40.56 


50.33 


10.26 


,656 


804,037 


2,341,975 


2.338.551 


3,424 


35.48 


50.81 


8.01 


,624 


28,714 


99,011 


98.595 


416 


39.78 


50.54 


9.48 


,788 


8,752 


29.157 


28.964 


193 


38.62 


50.73 


9.16 


492 


4,790 


15,875 


15,738 


137 


35.03 


48.03 


9.11 


,233 


658.971 


2,122,730 


2,121,391 


1,339 


38.03 


50.90 


8.86 


\920 


9.232 


33.899 


33,674 


225 


41.12 


50.53 


10.10 


,793 


13,173 


43,163 


41,944 


1,219 


38.62 


49.34 


9.01 


,799 


20,342 


77,894 


78,097 


203 


41.12 


49.77 


10.53 


,220 


9,152 


30.080 


29.567 


513 


38.62 


50.18 


9.04 


,044 


18,357 


61,883 


61,755 


128 


41.12 


52.39 


9.27 


,859 


428,697 


1,324,306 


1,331,206 


6,900 


35.91 


50.08 


8.50 


,287 


33,128 


106,112 


105,327 


785 


38.62 


51.05 


8.81 


,606 


4,523 


15,479 


15.354 


125 


38.62 


47.58 


9.41 


,023 


38.364 


121,571 


119.730 


1,841 


37.88 


51.03 


8.71 


950 


3.209 


11,733 


11,337 


396 


35.52 


43.99 


10.05 


',348 


3.504,392 


10.609.873 


10,525.168 


84,705 


38.03 


51.32 


8.33 


',155 


63,265 


200,552 


199,553 


999 


35.81 


47.42 


8.72 


,328 


48,754 


150,049 


149,001 


1,048 


40.50 


53.96 


8.46 


',763 


555.750 


1.763.628 


1,765,259 


1,631 


38.03 


50.71 


8.73 


,563 


5.278 


17.876 


17,596 


280 


38.62 


48.75 


9.31 


',648 


14.494 


53,870 


53,643 


227 


41.20 


52.81 


10.22 


',428 


1.771.009 


5,296,978 


5,300,841 


3,863 


38.03 


51.78 


8.23 


•,988 


10,361 


36.793 


36,234 


559 


41.12 


51.42 


9.77 


m',629 


106.831,667 


326,753.133 


326,073,578 


679,555 




-^^ 

















*'^ nc 5 on following page. 



68 Appendix II - Finance 

Notes 

1. Certain functions in the production and supply of power are considered to be used by all customers in relation to 
kilowatt demand requirements. Therefore the associated costs are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at high- voltage stations from 
115 kv to a voltage less than 115 kv but exceeding 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all cus- 
tomers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at low- voltage stations from 
44 kv, 27.6 kv, 13.8 kv or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a 
kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities costs are those associated with line facilities within a municipality's boundaries, that serve only that 
municipality, and the charges for providing standby facilities for municipalities requiring that service. 

4. Frequency standardization assessments are made to customers of the former Southern Ontario System at the rate 
of $3.00 per kilowatt to all customers who were converted to 60-cycle frequency, and $.50 per kilowatt to all non- 
converted 60-cycle customers. 

5. Return on equity is calculated at 4% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges after giving recogni- 
tion to direct customers' contributions for debt retirement prior to 1966. The cost of providing the return on equity 
is included in common demand costs. 

6. The portion of the cost of power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has 
been classified as energy costs. For allocation purposes, this cost has been established at 2.75 mills per kwh. 

7. The demand cost is the per kilowatt cost of primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

8. The asterisk indicates that this particular utility operates its own generating facilities for the supply of part of its 
power requirement. The amounts shown in this statement relate only to the power and energy supplied by The 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. For more complete details on the cost of providing service within any 
municipal electrical utility, the reader is referred to the statements in the Municipal Electrical Service Supplement. 



Statement of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 
THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



69 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE COST OF 
PRIMARY POWER 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 





Municipalities 


Power District 




Retail 

Customers 

(Note 1) 


Direct 
Customers 


Total 


Cost of Primary Power 
Cost, excluding items shown below 


$ 

297,310,583 

14,932,562 
18,506,071 
18,687,629 


$ 

119,371,252 

1,852,046 
3,625,213 
3,558,175 


$ 

81.829.808 

1,189,647 
4,809,763 
4,695,243 


$ 

498,511.643 

17.974,255 
26,941,047 
26,941.047 


Frequency standardization assessments 
(Note 2) 


Cost of return on equity 

Return on equity 

Total before reserve provision 

Provision and interest - reserve for 

stabilization of rates and contingencies.... 

Cost of primary power allocated to customers.. 
Amounts Billed for Primary Power 


312,061,587 
14,691,546 


121,290,336 
2,877,970 


83,133,975 
3,818,361 


516.485,898 
21.387,877 


326,753,133 
326.073,578 


124,168,306 
120,531,494 


86,952.336 
87,141,611 


537,873,775 
533,746,683 


fl; Excess (Deficiency) of Amounts Billed 

K over Costs 

Hi Chargpd tn MnniripalittPS 




679.555 






679,555 


Withdrawal from the reserve for stabilization 
of rates and contingencies, retail and 
direct customers, to offset net deficit on 


3,636,812 


189,275 


3,447,537 









Notes 

1. The cost of primary power allocated to retail customers totalling $124,168,306 includes retail distribution costs of 
$55,741,844. 

2. See note 4 on page 68. 



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STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.... 
Ancaster Twp.. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville.... 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



$ 

668,818 

69,971 

495,580 

300,317 

43,170 

306,504 
170,987 
72,066 
544,077 
263,480 

20,889 

54,016 

518,114 

129.046 

68,201 

345,381 
543,624 
13,601 
535,526 
119.236 

163,369 
115,281 
2,182,449 
45,518 
41,521 

28,363 
317,973 
208,775 
164,633 

93,735 

121,251 

2,748,812 

47,116 

270,802 

68,748 

103,857 
85,317 

154,084 
81,981 

961,231 

35,936 

228,928 

108,802 

2,075,010 

7,467,519 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



$ 
30,265 

2,391 
62,769 
21,527 

5,512 

21,008 
15,111 
1,864 
31,356 
14,624 

944 

1,702 

39,036 

8,984 

3,945 

18,795 
53,030 

1,009 
29,594 

7,258 

6,026 

10,526 

170,171 

5,350 

2,784 

2,537 

13,898 

14.641 

8,669 

3,946 

9,052 
168,531 
5.981 
12.812 
3,176 

4,940 
8.231 

12.252 
3,201 

54,130 

10.674 

14.136 

10.363 

202.745 

323.571 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1970 



$ 

699,083 

72,362 

558,349 

321,844 

48,682 

327,512 
186.098 
73.930 
575.433 
278.104 

21.833 

55,718 

557,150 

138,030 

72,146 

364,176 
596,654 
14,610 
565,120 
126,494 

169,395 
125,807 
2,352.620 
50.868 
44.305 

30,900 
331,871 
223,416 
173.302 

97,681 

130,303 

2.917,343 

53,097 

283,614 

71,924 

108,797 
93.548 

166.336 

85,182 

1,015,361 

46.610 
243.064 
119,165 

2,277,755 
7.791.090 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



71 



STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31. 1970 



Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

V. Brigden 

Brighton 



Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville.. 
Burk's Falls- 



Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford.. 
Campbell ville., 



Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place. 
Casselman 



Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 



Chesley 

Chesterville.. 
Chippawa.... 

Clifford 

Clinton 



Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochralne... 
Colborne.... 
Coldwater. 



CoUingwood. 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown... 
Cottam 



Courtright... 

Creemore 

Dashwood.... 
Deep River.. 
Delaware 



$ 
634,446 

28,271 
115.542 

56,781 
202,084 

2,097,543 
110,728 
117,793 
35,252 
63,577 

2,879.891 
35,284 
173,040 
64,784 
25,927 

107,817 
180,230 
121,221 
622,816 
62,933 

82,676 
39,314 
66,911 
3,278,043 
42,878 

238,572 
199,442 
169,910 
64,308 
356.966 

69,035 

1,195,914 

193,859 

117,149 

93,346 

1,038.193 
77,769 
64,073 
54,717 
43,828 

37,380 
83,000 
57,456 
231,567 
35,319 



$ 

68,776 
1,218 
7,303 
1,763 

12,386 

120,703 
4,068 
5,183 
1,516 
5,766 

364,800 

1,760 

8,225 

10,927 

1,036 

5,119 
13,238 

4,985 
24,385 

6,296 

4,249 

3,125 

12,286 

188,412 

1,793 

7,904 
9,588 

10,605 
2,398 

14,287 

4,207 

83i031 

21,117 

8.008 

4,938 

74,054 
2,058 
8,701 
3,360 
1,864 

1,599 
4,009 
1,784 
27,362 
1,640 



$ 
703,222 

29,489 
122.845 

58.544 
214.470 

2.218.246 
114,796 
122,976 
36,768 
69,343 

3,244.691 

37.044 

181,265 

75,711 

26,963 

112,936 
193 ,468 
126,206 
647,201 
69,229 

86,925 
42,439 
79,197 
3,466,455 
44.671 

246,476 

209,030 

180.515 

66,706 

371,253 

73,242 

1,278,945 

214,976 

125,157 

98,284 

1,112,247 
79.827 
72.774 
58.077 
45.692 

38.979 
87.009 
59.240 
258.929 
36.959 



72 



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STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality- 



Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Penelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 



Balance at 
December 31. 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



274.088 

136,868 

63,918 

78,400 

253,555 

45,703 

286,681 

40,485 

105,413 

1,168,788 

584,202 
242,558 

99,212 
7,640,732 

47,968 

627,510 
102,347 

35,074 
193,229 

70,161 

45,997 
71,969 
12,822 
59,573 
129,230 

284,905 

18,188,826 

363,365 

15,470 

628.637 

44,903 

54,905 

141,462 

271,438 

72,897 

4,062,534 

1,057,653 

128,195 

862,827 

936,434 

97,850 

90,185 

33,568 

378,980 

330.418 



$ 

18.017 
7,754 
3,374 
3,031 

14.943 

1,654 

27,057 

1,812 

5,769 

69,717 

25,488 
12,010 

2,526 
412,622 

4.926 

34.483 
5.724 
1,320 
7,468 
2,967 

7,131 

3,041 

619 

6,604 

21,660 

15,356 

1,533,679 

16,766 

7,567 

44,560 

1,788 
3,679 
8,551 
11,315 
6,821 

208.104 

72,674 

5.523 

150,575 
42,493 

5.468 

3,944 

1,102 

17,402 

24,194 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31. 1970 



$ 

292.105 

144.622 

67,292 

81,431 

268,498 

47.357 

313.738 

42.297 

111.182 

1,238,505 

609,690 

254,568 

101,738 

8.053,354 

52,894 

661.993 
108.071 

36,394 
200,697 

73,128 

53,128 
75,010 
13,441 
66,177 
150,890 

300,261 

19.722,505 

380.131 

23.037 

673.197 

46.691 

58.584 

150.013 

282.753 

79.718 

4.270.638 
1.130.327 

133,718 
1,013,402 

978.927 

103,318 

94,129 

34,670 

396,382 

354,612 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



73 



STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred Balance at 

through December 31, 1970 

Annexations 



Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highga'te 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station.... 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 



5,454,272 

391,226 

51.962,800 

636,504 

236,568 

247,269 
65,438 
100,200 
293,128 
172,453 

134.371 

972,370 

48,028 

19,075 

479,804 

1,101,196 

95,287 

88,539 

281,698 

247,888 

116,339 

27,255 

393.561 

68.283 

4,809,689 

330,971 

19,505 

10,723,454 

196,641 

126,557 

59,140 
45,926 
76.029 
14,362 
969,944 

1,378,718 

592,665 

17,106,171 

39,550 

108,658 

159,461 

59,958 

131,826 

9,856 

105,029 



$ 

378,825 

13,490 

2,844,074 

35,020 

9,7^6 

10,009 

3,778 

4,234 

48,479 

23,881 

6,628 
46,804 

1,944 

798 

19.942 

33,819 

6,195 

2,587 

29,656 

15,282 

51.257 

2,464 

15,592 

7,300 

300.232 

17,992 

807 

643,733 

11,035 

8,114 

3,470 
2,346 
4,768 
1.713 
51.389 

78,974 

26,843 

988.146 

4,612 

4,658 

5.330 
2.240 
7,626 
805 
6,315 



5,833,097 

404,716 

54,806,874 

671,524 

246.364 

257,278 
69.216 
104,434 
341,607 
196,334 

140.999 

1,019,174 

49.972 

19.873 

499.746 

1.135.015 

101.482 

91.126 

311.354 

263.170 

167.596 

29,719 

409.153 

75,583 

5,109,921 

348,963 

20.312 

11.367,187 

207.676 

134.671 

62.610 
48.272 
80.797 
16.075 
1,021,333 

1.457,692 

619,508 

18.094,317 

44,162 

113,316 

164,791 
62,198 

139.452 
10,661 

111,344 



74 Appendix II - Finance 

STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1970 



Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp.... 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges. 
Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg... 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 



$ 
390,588 
97,251 
21,960 
38,594 
82,871 

76.107 

415,187 

65,165 

47,940 

1.444,829 

66,095 

54,774 

687,167 

201,957 

6,698,516 

323,958 
44,172 

151,448 
60,504 

300,045 

534,824 

1,475,121 

47,727 

11,035 

26,277 

27,842 
107,339 
283,824 
654,675 
277,206 

5,020,434 

204,521 

2,767,717 

17,825,221 

185.004 

86,636 

4,196.075 

91,539 

55,639 

495,857 

600,327 

60,069 

8,870,823 

16.565,666 

63,474 



$ 

48,560 

5,546 

975 

4,355 

4,355 

4.098 

23,883 

2,661 

4,038 

70,034 

3,083 

3,153 

40,024 

5,970 

910,284 

15,220 
1,944 
9,722 
3,408 

15,364 

23,325 

296,819 

2,294 

1,179 

2,010 

1,455 

8,865 

14,259 

53,403 

10,813 

240,100 

10,161 

218,513 

2.191,765 

5,476 

4,565 

490,395 

1,952 

2,680 

35,771 

77,698 

4,380 

550,482 

1,713,623 

2.461 



$ 
439,148 
102,797 
22,935 
42,949 
87,226 

80,205 

439.070 

67,826 

51,978 

1,514,863 

69,178 

57,927 

727,191 

207,927 

7,608,800 

339,178 
46,116 

161,170 
63,912 

315,409 

558,149 

1,771,940 

50,021 

12,214 

28,287 

29,297 
116,204 
298.083 
708.078 
288,019 

5,260,534 
214,682 

2,986,230 

20.016.986 

190.480 

91,201 

4,686.470 

93.491 

58,319 

531,628 

678,025 

64,449 

9,421,305 

18,279,289 

65,935 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



75 



STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1970 



Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

ParkhiU 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach... 



2,022,085 

86,077 

243,753 

677,140 

149.720 

239,469 

68.243 

425.143 

668.687 

5,433.411 

481,800 
57,484 

590,550 
35,947 
92,349 

679,817 

36,740 

1,200,268 

1,123,393 

291,114 

221.624 

1,052,744 

129,838 

210,236 

57,874 

238,680 

509,729 

1,607,089 

8.435 

59,007 

53.503 
42,715 
87,817 
411,054 
73.725 

886,469 

273.405 
62,660 
96,729 
74,669 

95,346 
26,420 
50,174 
11,273,331 
80.964 



$ 

102,838 

3,916 

8,164 

28,837 

6.040 

23.910 
30.590 
21.922 
32,235 
327.500 

16.375 
7.457 

23.982 
4.714 
4.604 

33.888 
1,623 
69,406 
89,563 
12.045 

15.608 
56,037 

7,527 
13.726 

2.425 

6,670 

24,458 

84,722 

483 

2,039 

2,066 
5,294 
5,108 
32,343 
8,541 

85.997 
12,278 

2,643 
10,373 

3,441 

3,535 
1,264 
3,019 
665,023 
7,279 



2,124,923 

89,993 

251,917 

705,977 

155,760 

263,379 

98,833 

447,065 

700,922 

5,760,911 

498,175 
64,941 

614,532 
40,661 
96,953 

713,705 

38,363 

1,269,674 

1.212,956 

303,159 

237,232 

1,108,781 

137,365 

223,962 

60,299 

245,350 

534,187 

1,691,811 

8,918 

61,046 

55.569 
48.009 
92.925 
443,397 
82.266 

972.466 
285,683 

65.303 
107.102 

78.110 

98.881 
27.684 
53.193 
11.938,354 
88,243 



76 



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STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1970 



St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux I^ookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 



$ 

89,385 

113,929 

1,032,580 

2,938,952 

251,485 

9,001,503 

13,050,748 

125,851 

309,079 

157,335 

1,138,159 

227.753 

1,088,885 

199,241 

75,452 

22,030 

48,218 

151,870 

125.320 

322,065 

263.891 
3,261,233 
625,085 
301.183 
210.826 

4,186,809 

65,151 

40.947 

184,911 

73.671 

232.691 
252,053 
115,730 
163,369 
125,022 

130,068 
78.711 
52.947 
87.215 
44.986 

23.057 

1,330,885 

20,674.347 

357.902 

725.416 



$ 

3.990 
5.054 

21.853 
128.073 

32,512 

278,537 

1,364.952 

8.378 

10,939 

8,263 

65,307 
12,212 
56,690 
11,710 
3,513 

4,039 
1.463 
8,416 
7.061 
27.833 

19.751 
147.511 
32.297 
27.150 
22,049 

326,345 

3.051 

4,233 

11,655 

4.296 

8.183 
16,439 
6.344 
8.947 
6.770 

5,385 
3,312 
7.102 
7,159 
1,572 

1,196 

30,107 

543,404 

16.098 

37,609 



128 



290.813 



$ 

93.375 

118,983 

1,054,433 

3,067,025 

283,997 

9,280.040 

14.415,700 

134.229 

320.018 

165.598 

1,203.466 
239.965 

1,145.575 

210.951 

78.965 

26.069 

49.681 

160.286 

132.381 

349.898 

283,642 
3,408,744 
657,382 
328.333 
232,875 

4,513,154 

68,202 

45,180 

196,566 

77,967 

241.002 
268.492 
122.074 
172.316 
131.792 

135.453 
82.023 
60,049 
94,374 
46.558 

24.253 

1.360.992 

21.508.564 

374.000 

763,025 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



77 



STATEMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES' EQUITIES ACCUMULATED 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Ajmexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1970 



Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiartpn 

Williatnsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities. 



114.974,768 


4,078.616 


75,120 


4,414 


1,757,748 


99,720 


163.006 


9,901 


256,642 


16,644 


57,206 


6,662 


790,149 


149,056 


58,910 


4,291 


408,151 


28.184 


1,732,441 


91.299 


31.411 


1.381 


43.274 


2.334 


66,488 


6,866 


154,249 


8,063 


209,756 


9,920 


2,633,447 


221,103 


207,811 


9,397 


48,625 


2,757 


12,503 


1.585 


3,315,863 


200,058 


79.786 


3,218 


103,765 


4,196 


185,732 


7,507 


60,528 


2,875 


137,838 


5,666 


1,231,119 


126,837 


198,638 


9.970 


43,968 


1,560 


190,717 


11.427 


25.887 


1,279 


20.640.247 


991.621 


385.470 


20,287 


309.488 


13,339 


3.122,458 


166,839 


42,751 


1,759 


71.793 


4,893 


9,921,855 


490,726 


81,705 


3,432 


512.031,483 


30.522.270 



217.942 



119.053.384 

79.534 

1,857.468 

172.907 

273.286 

63.888 
939,205 

63.201 

436.335 

1,823,740 

32,792 

45,608 

73,354 

162,312 

219.676 

2,854.550 

217.208 

51.382 

14,088 

3,515,921 

83,004 
107,961 
193,239 

63,403 
143,504 

1,575,898 
208,608 

45,528 
202,144 

27,166 

21,631,868 

405,757 

322,827 

3,289,297 

44,510 

76,686 

10.412.581 

85.137 



508.883 



543,062.636 



For total equities accumulated through debt retirement charges see statement on page 16. 



APPENDIX III— RURAL 



JL he Commission distributes power and provides service to its rural system customers 
through 67 administrative Area Offices in the province. Retail customers are supplied 
under the following classes of service: Farm, Residential, Residential-Intermittent 
Occupancy, and General. The schedule of rural rates is no longer published in the 
Annual Report. Detailed information on rates and typical bills for the use of electric 
power may be obtained from the Commission's Head Office, or from any of the 
Regional or Area Offices. The revised rates referred to in Section III will be in effect 
from January 1, 1971. 

Description of Main Classes of Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the farm 
residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and processing 
of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm is a residence 
and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on a continuing basis, 
must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm is a viable economic unit. 

The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of cultivating 
soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nurseries, fur 
farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to reforestation 
projects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage but not engaged 
in agricultural production are classified according to their use, but not as farms. 
Small properties of 30 acres and under are classified as residential, unless they are 
operated for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural production, for 
example fruit farming, poultry raising, market gardening, or nurseries. 

Service may be supphed under one farm service to all separate dweUings on the 
property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional dweUings 
occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 



The residential class is applicable to estabHshments used primarily for living 
accommodation and considered to be the customer's permanent residence. There are 
two sub-classes of residential service for rate purposes - Group 1 (B), which is appfic- 
able to services in designated zones of high customer concentration where there are ^ 
at least 100 customers of any class in a group, with a density of not less than 25 |J 
customers per mile of any line, and Group 2 (R), which is applicable elsewhere. 

78 






L A i K E 



H Ui R N 

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NORTHEASTERN 
REGION 



GEORGIAN 
BAY 



PARRY SOUND 



GEORGIAN BAY 
REGION 



^PENETANGUISHENE, 



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FENELON FALLS 



PETERBOROUGH 



MARKHAM I BOWMANVILLE 



"CENTRAL REGION 



L\ A K E 



WESTERN REGION 

LAKE ERIE 




N T ~^A-...R I / 



NIAGARA REGION 



BROCKVILLE 



^pivEP 



>p 



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EASTERN REGION 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

SHOWING 

REGIONS AND AREAS 



^A\\et of Lina- 

Area- 

Farm Customers - 

Non-Farm Customers- 



DECEMBER 31, 1970 



i 



Rural Electrical Service 79 

The all-electric rates in ef ect throughout the province apply only to year-round 
residential service where the , ole source of energy is electricity, that is where electric 
energy exclusively is used day by day for space-heating, cooking, and water-heating 
through the use of a high-performance water-heater, having tank and element sizes 
acceptable to Ontario Hydro. 

The residential intermittent-occupancy class is applicable to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent residence, 
where residential occupancy is not continuous throughout a large part of the year, 
but rather, seasonal or intermittent, whether in summer or winter, or both. As in the 
year-round residential class, there are two sub-classes of residential intermittent- 
occupancy service for rate purposes. 

The general clas? ' appHcable to all community business, processing, or manu- 
facturing establi"' s supplied with single-phase or three-phase electrical service 
at secondary, run- imary distribution, or subtransmission voltage, exclusive of 
those that fall within he definition of the farm class. 



80 



Appendix III - Rural 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1970 





Miles 

OF 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Fann 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Total 


Niagara 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga 

Dundas 


594 
838 
745 
406 
974 

887 
825 
305 
588 


3,068 
3,081 
2,605 
1,604 
2,962 

3,595 

3,604 

816 

1,288 


6,707 
3,834 
2,893 
6,239 

5,785 

1,843 
4,427 
6,727 
6,493 


170 

63 

2,625 


765 
676 
599 
548 
1,018 

550 
659 
850 
871 


10,710 
7,654 
8,722 
8,391 


Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek 


511 

427 

1,840 

73 

1,383 


10,276 

6,415 

10,530 

8,466 


Welland 


10,035 


Total 


6,162 


22,623 


44,948 7,092 


6,536 


81,199 


Central 

Bowmanville 

Brampton 

Markham 

Newmarket 


672 
659 
502 
922 


1,628 
1,443 
1,095 
2,902 


4,912 

9,979 

14,103 

13,741 


1,425 
182 
149 

3,657 


625 

907 

1,611 

1,473 


8,590 
12,511 
16,958 
21,773 


Total 


2,755 


7,068 


42,735 


5,413 


4,616 


59,832 


Western 

Beachville 

Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

London 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Wallaceburg 

West Lome 


803 
1,166 

725 
1,115 
1,100 

1,052 
490 
690 

1,057 
485 

521 


3,031 
4,559 
3,117 
5,296 
4,266 

4,091 
1,794 
2,915 
3,633 

1,754 

1,819 


2,730 
2,579 
4,780 
9,680 
3,985 

5,142 
2,691 
1,615 
2,921 
1,777 

611 


42 

2,045 

171 

3,124 

1,115 

2,085 

38 

27 

3 

455 

70 


501 
672 
714 
1,308 
895 

1,064 
565 
395 
612 
449 

237 


6,304 

9,855 

8,782 

19,408 

10,261 

12,382 
5,088 
4,952 
7,169 
4,435 

2,737 






Total 


9,204 


36,275 


38,511 


9,175 


7,412 


91,373 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



81 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1970 





Miles 

OF 

Primary 
Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Total 


Eastern 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Frankford 

Kingston 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill 

Winchester 


619 
814 
914 
1,386 
647 

900 
1,207 
1,495 
1,540 

788 

940 
1,179 
1,594 


1,247 
566 
2,274 
2,525 
1,633 

2,372 
2,209 
2,789 
2,978 
2,508 

1,439 
4,104 
5,356 


4,664 
1,991 
4,638 
6,236 
3,241 

5,680 
9,557 
3,424 
5,823 
3,841 

2,409 
4,251 
7,677 


2,073 
4,860 
2,208 
2,688 
1,353 

1,004 
3,059 

5,210 
8,324 
1,611 

2,755 

1,360 

725 


616 

477 

843 

1,171 

511 

838 
1,298 

857 
1,103 

701 

645 

990 

1,279 


8,600 
7,894 
9,963 
12,620 
6,738 

9,894 
16,123 
12,280 
18,228 

8,661 

7,248 
10,705 
15,037 


Total 


14,023 


32,000 


63,432 


37,230 


11,329 


143,991 


Georgian Bay 

AUiston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls 


922 

562 

1,005 

1,178 

873 

645 
820 
651 
1,597 
653 

644 

544 

1,764 


3,062 
1,368 

270 
2,434 

364 

286 
2,168 
1,101 
4,198 

146 

664 
1,426 
6,569 


2,666 
5,412 
3,052 
3,667 
2,929 

2,221 
3,092 
3,272 
4,286 
2,032 

2,490 
2,674 
2,950 


520 

3,919 

10,813 

8,403 

5,351 

6,490 

575 
5,826 
7,024 
3,704 

7,994 
4,834 
2,619 


437 
734 
855 
814 
804 

648 
505 
703 
1,197 
587 

553 
657 
931 


6,685 
11,433 
14,990 
15,318 


Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 


9,448 

9,645 

6,340 

10,902 

16,705 


Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene 

Stayner 

Walkerton 


6,469 

11,701 

9,591 

13,069 


Total 


11,858 


24,056 


40,743 


68,072 


9,425 


142,296 



Appendix III - Rural 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1970 





Miles 

OF 

Primary 
Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 


Total 




Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Northeastern 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake 

Manitoulin 

Matheson 

New Liskeard 

North Bay 


405 
397 
158 
656 
521 

718 
827 
756 
213 
585 


178 
216 
31 
816 
516 

1,166 

749 

210 

70 

634 


4,122 
4,070 
1,002 
2,246 
1,667 

2,010 

3,259 

13,498 

1,297 

2,722 


456 
418 
545 
1,141 
483 

517 
1,729 
1,788 

188 
1,763 


680 
535 
239 
728 
318 

558 

663 

1,152 

272 
507 


5,436 
5,239 
1,817 
4,931 
2,984 

4,251 
6,400 


Sudbury 

Timmins 


16,648 
1,827 


Warren 


5,626 


Total 


5,236 


4,586 


35,893 


9,028 


5,652 


55,159 


Northwestern 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 


405 
668 
163 
351 
28 

118 
806 


199 

801 

1 
54 


1,975 
1,339 
1,000 
1,489 
1,276 

1,117 

2,452 


589 

419 

45 

1,851 


454 
460 
334 
429 
343 

291 

517 


3,217 
3,019 


Geraldton 

Kenora 

Patricia 


1,380 
3,823 
1 619 


Terrace Bav 




78 
2,030 


1 486 


Thunder Bay 


659 


5,658 






Total 


2,539 


1,714 


10,648 


5,012 


2,828 


20,202 



SUMMARY 
MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1970 





Miles 

OF 

Primary 
Line 


Number of Customers 


Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 


Total 




Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Niagara 

Central 

Western 

Eastern 

Georgian Bay 

Northeastern 

Northwestern 


6,162 
2,755 
9,204 
14,023 
11,858 
5,236 
2,539 


22,623 

7,068 

36,275 

32,000 

24,056 

4,586 

1,714 


44,948 
42,735 
38,511 
63,432 
40,743 
35,893 
10,648 


7,092 
5,413 
9,175 
37,230 
68,072 
9,028 
5,012 


6,536 
4,616 
7,412 
11,329 
9,424 
5,653 
2,828 


81,199 
59,832 
91,373 
143,991 
142,295 
55,160 
20,202 


Grand Total 


51,777 


128,322 


276,910 


141,022 


47,798 


594,052 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



83 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
CUSTOMERS, REVENUE AND CONSUMPTION, BY CLASSES OF SERVICE 



Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Average 

Cost 
per Kwh 


Farm 

Residential 
Continuous 
Occupancy 

Residential 

Intermittent 
Occupancy 

General 

Single-Phase 

General 

Three-Phase 


1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 


$ 
21,312,377 
22,573,596 
24,003,192 
27,032,992 
27,883,776 

26,365,167 
28,967,165 
32,353,023 
39,313,409 
42,997,823 

5,835,789 
6,229,861 
6,815,172 
7,645,109 
8,382,464 

8,654,367 

9,077,859 

9,887,524 

11,690,421 

12,659,180 

9,909,979 

10,345,693 

11,425,729 

13,527,305 

*20,817,237 


kwh 
1,240,088,007 
1,349,750,300 
1,424,332,100 
1,516,768,100 
1,586,725,200 

1,570,966,227 
1,797,122,700 
1,992,463,900 
2,269,511,600 
2,524,131,700 

130,845,233 
148,971,200 
181,449,700 
208,120,000 
248,058,200 

478,810,358 
515,704,600 
562,106,300 
643,275,400 
705,399,500 

964,044,750 

1,053,614,500 

1,141,270,400 

1,293,238,800 

*2, 176,499,300 


133,305 
132,454 
130,406 
129,582 
128,322 

227,909 
238,386 
245,009 
264,250 
276,910 

120,611 
125,207 
131,003 
136,694 
141,022 

40,363 
40,560 
40,335 
42,027 
42,776 

3,356 
3,767 
3,932 
4,500 
*5,022 


kwh 
771 
847 
903 
972 

1,025 

584 
642 

687 
738 

777 

92 
101 
118 
130 
149 

987 
1,062 
1,158 
1,290 
1,386 

24,245 
24,653 
24,706 
25,505 
*37,783 


1.72 
1.67 
1.69 
1.78 
1.76 

1.68 
1.61 
1.62 
1.73 
1.70 

4.46 
4.18 
3.76 
3.67 
3.38 

1.81 
1.76 
1.76 
1.82 
1.79 

1.03 
0.98 
1.00 
1.05 
*0.96 



Note: Consumption for fiat-rate water heaters is included in the above table on the basis of an 

estimated 16.8 hours' daily use. 
* The data for General Three-Phase service in 1970 include for the first time service to customers 
formerly designated as Retail Special customers. 



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I 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

In cities, towns, and villages, and in certain township areas adjacent to them, retail 
service is provided for the most part by the 353 municipal electrical utilities associated 
with the Commission's co-operative undertaking. In 15 other cities, townships, and 
villages, the Commission owns and operates distribution facilities serving retail 
customers. Both types of retail service are brought together in this supplement to the 
Commission's Report since, as municipal operations, they are similar in every respect 
except administration. The table and graphs that immediately follow, therefore, 
cover three major classes of service provided during 1970 in 368 communities, where 
a total of 1,794,413 retail customers were served, 1,766,086 by the municipal electrical 
utilities and 28,327 by the Commission. 

The statistics on retail service in general are followed by a commentary on muni- 
cipal electrical utiHty operations in particular. The tabular statements that form the 
remainder of the supplement give information on financial operations, as well as on 
numbers of customers, revenue, consumption, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour. 
Statements A and B include a balance sheet and an operating statement for each of 
the municipal electrical utilities. The more general statistics in Statement C cover all 
368 municipal systems served. A great many changes in municipal retail rates are now 
introduced at any time that seems appropriate throughout the year. Little value is 
therefore served by the pubHcation in the Annual Report of rates in effect at the end 

85 



86 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, AND CONSUMPTION 

1961 to 1970 













*Monthly 














Average 


Average 


Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Cost 
per Kwh 






$ 


kwh 




kwh 


^ 


Residential 


1961 


83,682,550 


7,400,028,084 


1,307,893 


472 


1.13 




1962 


89,016,406 


7,852,651,665 


1,346,408 


486 


1.13 




1963 


93,121,018 


8,255,600,930 


1,382,270 


498 


1.13 




1964 


98,724,259 


8,742,950,806 


1,434,174 


508 


1.13 




1965 


106,738,283 


9,423,405,257 


1,475,590 


532 


1.13 




1966 


114,462,536 


10,102,582,788 


1,505,780 


559 


1.13 




1967 


123,236,091 


10,796,826,704 


1,540,505 


584 


1.14 




1968 


137,250,772 


11,531,567,252 


1,565,268 


619 


1.19 




1969 


148,285,270 


12,081,214,500 


1,583,631 


639 


1.23 




1970 


162,817,259 


12,723,418,389 


1,596,367 


667 


1.28 


Commercial 


1961 


45,718,484 


3,289,119,534 


122,863 


2,231 


1.39 




1962 


49,438,348 


3,633,872,392 


121,964 


2,483 


1.36 




1963 


53,130,394 


3,983,332,309 


123,296 


2,692 


1.33 




1964 


58,244,181 


4,460,958,590 


125,555 


2,961 


1.31 




1965 


64,558,257 


4,988,713,185 


127,645 


3,257 


1.29 




1966 


72,309,441 


5,705,565,474 


132,270 


3,595 


1.27 




1967 


81,101,116 


6,450,509,342 


140,087 


3.837 


1.26 




1968 


92,745,351 


7,254,645,414 


151,017 


4,154 


1.28 




1969 


103,091,284 


8,127,936,824 


157,735 


4,388 


1.27 




1970 


118,509,599 


9,141,057,995 


172,556 


4,613 


1.30 


Industrial Power 


1961 


69,215,271 


7,994,001,074 


23,179 


28,740 


0.87 




1962 


74,198,657 


8,704,987,001 


23,145 


31,342 


0.85 




1963 


79,740,870 


9,581,875,552 


23,456 


34,042 


0.83 




1964 


86,451,270 


10,488,380,325 


23,866 


36,622 


0.82 




1965 


95,988,774 


11,668,654,346 


23,675 


41,072 


0.82 




1966 


100,320,320 


12,077,932,115 


23,999 


41,939 


0.83 




1967 


106,988,141 


12,594,313,013 


24,560 


42,733 


0.85 




1968 


120,284,786 


13,708,827,688 


24,859 


46,233 


0.88 




1969 


135,273,556 


14,823,099,864 


25,205 


49,347 


0.91 




1970 


150,620,637 


15,753,135,884 


25,490 


51,791 


0.96 


tGeneral Rate 


1967 


30,517,324 


3,262,998,579 


27,566 


9,864 


0.94 




1968 


49,510,529 


5,110,730,469 


48,825 


11,150 


0.97 




1969 


64,994,694 


6,478,590,301 


64,768 


9,506 


1.00 




1970 


99,350,864 


9,125,502,047 


85,890 


10,095 


1.09 



Note: Energy consumption figures for residential and commercial services in the above table 
reflect the use of flat-rate water heaters for a uniform average of 16.8 hours per day. 

t At the end of 1970, the general rate was being applied in 223 of the municipal systems listed in 
Statement C. This rate would, for the most part, cover service to all former commercial, small 
commercial, and industrial power service customers. While the rate is shown for the past four 
years as a separate classification in the table above, the same data relating to revenue, consump- 
tion, and number of customers, for purposes of continuity of trends in cost and usage, have also 
been proportionately allocated to the former categories of commercial and industrial power 
service. 

During a transitional period the erratic movement in average consumption per customer reflects 
the widely varying mix of large and small customers from year to year as the number of utilities 
using the general rate rapidly expands. 

* Commencing in 1968, the method of calculating the monthly consumption per customer was 
changed. The new formula uses the average of the numbers of customers served at the end of 
the current year and the previous year. 



of the year. These rates are neither a true indication of rate conditions during the year 
under review nor a dependable guide to rates currently in effect. Those who require 



Energy Consumption and Average Cost per Kilowatt-Hour 



87 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND AVERAGE COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR 
TOTAL ANNUAL ENERGY 



BILLION KWH 



CONSUMPTION 



COMMERCIAL SERVICE 

BILLIOH KWH CENTS PER KWH 



50 10 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 

(Includes street lighting) 



T 
1960 



AVERAGE COST 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



-20 4 



10 2 



I 

1965 



r 

1970 



2.5 



2.0 



1.5 



1.0 



r 

1970 



RESIDENTIAL SERVICE 

CENTS PER KWH BILLION KWH 

4:0 ■ 16 



INDUSTRIAL POWER 
SERVICE 



3.5 



3.0 



2.5 



2.0 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



AVERAGE 
COST 



1.0 



0.5 



T 

I960 



r 

1965 



1 12 



- 10 



— 8 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



AVERAGE 
COST 



— 6 



4 — 



r 

1970 



T 

1960 



CENTS 
PER KWH 

- 4.0 



3.5 



3.0 



2.5 



2.0 



1.5 



r 

1970 



88 



Municipal Electrical Service 



detailed information on rates may obtain from the Commission's Head Office a 
computer print-out of this type of statistical data. 

The general rate was used by the Commission and the municipal utilities for 
former industrial power and commercial services in 223 of the communities listed in 
Statement C. The number of customers billed on this rate schedule numbered 85,890 
at the end of the year. For purposes of comparison with earlier years when this rate 
was not in effect, these customers have also been included in the other services roughly 
in proportion to the former ratios of these services. On the basis of this reclassification 
of customers, revenue, and consumption, any year-to-year comparisons must of 
necessity be rough approximations. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



FIXED ASSETS AND LONG-TERM DEBT 



FIXED ASSETS AT COST 



LONG-TERM 
DEBT 




MILLION 
DOLLARS 



700 



600 



500 



400 



300 



200 



100 



1970 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



89 



The balance sheets of the 353 municipal utilities record a net increase in investment 
in fixed assets at cost of $51,169,574 to a total of $866,551,765. This increase, together 
with relatively minor increases in inventories and miscellaneous assets, was financed 
largely from internal funds and contributed capital. The debenture debt increased 
only by a net amount of $1,491,789 to a total of $117,438,918. Accumulated sinking 
fund set aside in anticipation of the retirement of debenture debt amounted to 
$15,859,915, leaving net long-term debt at 11.7 per cent of fixed assets at cost as 
compared with 12.5 per cent in 1969. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



REVENUE 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 



350 



300 



250 



200 



150 



100 




MILLION 
DOLLARS 



350 



250 



200 



100 



Street lighting ^.-..— •"*• 
'•-•""•"""a'nd Other 

r 

1970 



90 Municipal Electrical Service 

The total assets of the 353 utilities at December 31, 1970 amounted to 
$1,279,598,912 after the deduction of $238,749,590 in accumulated depreciation. The 
increase of $68,050,333 includes an increase of $28,476,935 in the equity of the utilities 
in Ontario Hydro systems, which is shown in Statement A as amounting in total to 
$520,667,796 or 40 per cent of their total assets. The share of each utility in this total 
equity represents its annual contributions in the cost of power towards the repayment 
of the Commission's long-term debt, plus interest. These utility equities and their sum 
would be identical with those shown on the Commission's schedule of equities accu- 
mulated through debt retirement charges if this schedule were available when the 
utilities close their books at the end of the year. Since this is not possible, the equities 
shown in Statement A are, with relatively few exceptions, those at the end of 1969 
rather than 1970. 

The total revenues of the municipal electrical utilities rose by $47,225,521 to 
$454,250,766 for an increase of 11.6 per cent, while expenses rose by $43,770,863 or 
1 1.2 per cent to $434,128,233. The increases in revenues and costs both reflect a 7.2 
per cent increase in loads, the remaining 4.4 per cent and 4.0 per cent in growth being 
attributable respectively to upward revision in rates and the rise in unit cost. The 
sources of these revenues were as follows: 

Residential Service $160,456,194 

Commercial Service 77,105,846 

Industrial Power Service 99,920,189 

General Service 90,355,642 

Street Lighting 11,504,662 

Total $439,342,533 

Miscellaneous 14,908,233 

Total Revenues $454,250,766 

The margin of net income amounting to $20,122,533 was 4.4 per cent of total 
revenues in 1970 as compared with $16,667,875 or 4.1 per cent of revenues in 1969. i| 
The Commission regards such a margin of net income as an economical source of 
funds for use by the municipal utilities in the normal expansion of their systems. This 
is particularly true under present conditions of excessively high interest rates on 
borrowed funds. The margin also provides a stabilizing factor in the process of retail i 
rate adjustment. This is taken into consideration in all reviews of municipal utility 
retail rates. The Comimission, as required by The Power Commission Act, exercises 
supervisory control over the activities of the municipal electrical utiUties, and their 
rates to ultimate customers are subject to the Commission's review and approval. 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is derived i 
are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed by ! 
the Commission for use by all its municipal electric-utility customers. These records 
are periodically inspected by the Commission's municipal accountants. From time to i 
time adjustments and improvements in accounting procedure and office routine are 
recommended as required. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, the 



I 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 91 

Commission seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard procedures 
and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expenditures. The work 
carried out by the Commission's municipal accountants on the utilities' behalf does 
not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. The municipalities must make 
their own arrangements for this audit. 



92 



Municipal Electrical Service 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILl 



Year 


1961 
354 


1962 
35 


1963 

355 


196. 


Number of Municipal Utilities Included.... 


357 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
457,392,623 
100,165,249 


$ 
488,393,074 
109,914,757 


$ 
523,032,765 
120.564.846 


$ 

564.408/2 
133,554*16 








357.227.374 
15.105,454 


378,478.317 
18.063.961 


402,467.919 
19,175,569 


430,854!>6 
22.394)0 


CURRENT ASSETS 






14,672.152 
14.190.953 




16.984,376 
15.807.380 


16.225,459 
15.572.525 


13,29(:55 
16.56f)0 




Other 














43.968,559 

9,590,459 
3,261,509 
2,643,494 


50,855,717 

9.742.156 
4.312.070 
2.715.626 


50.973.553 

10.351.372 
5.442,451 
3.235.378 


S2.25]j45 
10.87573 


OTHER ASSETS 




6,62(s53 




6,50.'35 








15.495,462 
282,255,861 


16.769.852 
305,826.987 


19.029.201 
329.924.857 


24,01('51 




354,15:jSl 






Total 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 


861,27(Ig3 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 


81,812.075 

12,594.844 

7,860.946 


83,167.367 

12.753.744 

8.254.687 


82,865.177 

12.860.334 

8,534,095 


87,95,07 
14.62' 72 


Other liabilities 


9,79<28 






Total liabilities 


102.267,865 

282.255.861 
2.468.637 


104.175.798 

305.826.987 
2.481.991 


104,259,606 

329.924,857 
2.323.811 


112,37; 


RESERVES 


354,15 


Other reserves 


2,25 






Total reserves 


284.724.498 

84,572.157 
3.261.509 

224.121.227 


308.308.978 

88.386.510 
4,312,070 

246,747,517 


332,248,668 

92,400,155 
5.442.451 

258.763.652 
9.280.998 


356.40i9» 


CAPITAL 


96,50:61 


Sinking fund debentures 


6,62(5. 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


278.07 
11.28 










Total capital 


311.954.893 


339,446,097 


365.887,256 


392.48' 






Total 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 


861,27i 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


201.891,409 
3,274,114 


216,412.017 
4,439,792 


230,166,226 
5.324,613 


247.89' 
6.10 


Total revenue 


205,165,523 


220,851,809 


235,490,839 


253,99 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


130,857,200 

529,955 

19.486,528 

17.342.308 

8,203,772 

11.466,692 

81,734 


139.291,682 

570,500 

20,760,837 

18,482.105 

8,912,277 

11,655,654 

73,080 


152,433,112 

572,079 

21,989,333 

19.550,879 

9,135,950 

12,557,510 

76,738 


167.18 


Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


56 
23,52 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


20.36 
9.67 

13.48' 

2, 


Total expense 


187,968,189 


199,746,135 


216,315,601 


234,83^ 


Net income 


17,197,334 


21,105,674 


19,175,238 


19,16 






Number of customers I 1.423.427 1 1.460.553 i 1.497.857 


1,55 













Statements A and B 

GOSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1961-1970 



93 



- 


1965 
360 


1966 
358 


1967 
355 


1968 
354 


1969 
354 


1970 
353 


$ 
,675,682 
!,250,022 


$ 
654.128.175 
164.122.993 


$ 
706,702,798 
182,315,075 


759,163.167 
200,212,484 


$ 
815,382,191 
219,237,998 


$ 
866,551,765 
238,749,590 




1.425,660 
M95,624 


490.005,182 

12,138,312 

19.530,448 

9.515,323 

23,415,599 


524.387,723 

11,784.458 
21.164.511 

9.039,413 
23,168.868 

1.834.703 


558,950,683 

11,554,954 
27,957,092 

8,252,468 
27,549,947 

1,488,012 


596.144.193 

12.739,781 
23.006.015 

7.844.003 
31,285.055 

3.029.452 


627,802,175 

11.889,717 
29 340 687 




'.749,732 
;,398,616 


5,827,448 

32,352.591 

2,928,405 










,343,972 

1,648,044 
-.740,863 
;,782,008 


64,599,682 

14,192,035 

9,073,286 

10,162,656 


66,991,953 

15,803,084 
11,099,516 
10,185,521 


76,802.473 

15.883,122 
11,969,393 
11,696,011 


77,904.306 

17.486.722 
13.651.400 
14.171,097 


82.338,848 

18,107,495 
15,859,915 
14,822,683 




M70,915 
1,707,011 


33,427,977 
406,329,792 


37.088,121 
439,046,394 


39,548,526 
464,803,659 


45,309,219 
492,190,861 


48,790,093 
520,667,796 




,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


- 


,106,967 
,815.810 
1,515.302 


97,299,929 
21,534,264 
10,693,822 


99,973.438 

28,417,741 

8,671,660 


108,216,271 
40,797,753 
13,611,744 


115,947,129 
48,349,939 
14,857,102 


117,438,918 
50,925,570 
15,748,438 


1,438,079 

,707.011 
,156.022 


129,528,015 

406.329,792 
1,842,605 


137,062.839 

439.046.394 
1.458,579 


162,625,768 

464.803.659 
1.338.735 


179.154,170 

492,190,861 
1,346.164 


184,112.926 

520.667.796 
1,067.275 


',863,033 

,145,958 
,740,863 

,558,283 
,901,342 


408,172,397 

105,895,961 
9,073,286 

323,795,867 
17,897,107 


440,504.973 

110,647.680 
11.099,516 

345.444.966 
22,754.217 


466,142.394 

116.735.092 
11.969,393 

355,282,175 
27,350,519 


493,537,025 

122,655,357 
13,651,400 

369.349,157 
33,201,470 


521.735,071 

128,751,301 
15,859.915 

388.752,020 
40,387,679 


.346,446 


456,662,221 


489.946.379 


511,337,179 


538,857,384 


573,750,915 


,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


_^, 














;,214,069 
•.176.496 


292,499.953 
8.640.589 


316.856.666 
9.690.237 


355,980,197 
10,952,677 


393,604,382 
13,420,863 


439,342,533 
14,908,233 


i 


,390,565 


301,140,542 


326,546,903 


366,932,874 


407,025,245 


454,250,766 




1,480.710 
571.767 
,920.862 
.816.697 

),222,785 

,744.672 

78,450 


201.058.552 
612.063 
23.123.145 
23.762.160 
11.045.582 
19.352.182 
92,300 


220.454,314 
708,788 
25,552,916 
26,050,076 
12,131,296 
21,137,680 
57,309 


252,555.717 
749,020 
28,713,279 
29,316,059 
13,359,494 
22,018,755 
67.422 


288,156,598 
813,078 
30,231,314 
32,811.759 
14,683,093 
23,592,618 
68,910 


325,567,580 
877,188 
33,066,815 
34,289,142 
15,530,872 
24,729,702 
66,934 


sar 


,835,943 


279,045,984 


306,092,379 


346,779,746 


390,357,370 


434,128,233 




!,554,622 


22,094,558 


20,454,524 


20,153,128 


16,667,875 


20,122,533 


_ 


U595.343 


1,630,255 


1,673,104 


1,709,111 


1,738,512 


1.766,086 


1 















94 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finac 




Acton 
4.835 


Ailsa Craig 
586 


Ajax 
11,929 


Alexandria 
3.057 


Alfred 
1.073 


I 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Dlam^- <fr,A farilitip« at rost 


$ 

728.274 
145.937 


$ 

74,434 
8,802 


$ 

1.751,011 
575,633 


$ 

523,707 
176.159 


$ 

113.248 
46.757 


7.S 

;5,3 






Mof -fi-rpH accpt"? 


582.337 
13.726 


65,632 
4,622 


1,175,378 

39.577 

150.000 

3.450 

30,808 

7,224 


347.548 

38,677 
3,000 


66.491 

19.415 
7.000 


1.2 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




38.000 
18.983 




Accounts receivable (net) 


459 


7,368 
281 


1.192 
254 










70.709 
1.832 


5,081 


231,059 
37,640 


49,326 
20,897 


27,861 




OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










137 


4,568 


1,499 










1.832 
668,818 




37,777 
495.580 


25.465 
300,317 


1,499 
43.170 


T7n,ii+-ir in Ontnrin Hvdro 


69,971 




Total 


1,323,696 


140,684 


1,939,794 


722,656 


139,021 


'r.3 




LIABILITIES 


26.900 

34.273 

6.037 




396.100 
130.218 
62,049 


45,800 
23,791 
15.473 


12,500 

8,572 

744 






29 
221 








67.210 
668.818 


250 
69,971 


588,367 
495,580 


85,064 
300,317 


21,816 
43,170 




RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


















668,818 
57,039 


69,971 
6,883 


495,580 
250,028 


300.317 
57.278 


43,170 
25,500 




CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Qinlrincr fnnri Hfhpntlires 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


492,739 
37.890 


63.580 


493,094 
112,725 


276,360 
3,637 


46,832 
1.703 


1 






587,668 


70,463 


855,847 


337,275 


74,035 


1 




Total 


1,323,696 


140,684 


1,939,794 


722,656 


139,021 


'1 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


394,782 
11,374 


30,933 
671 


915,479 
35.111 


301,659 
13,127 


73,026 
1.421 




Total revenue 


406,156 


31,604 


950,590 


314,786 


74,447 


2 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


309,629 


24,509 


638.975 


221,383 


58.894 


: 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 


32,966 

33.813 

5,727 

18,480 


505 
3.097 


51,652 
82,945 
56,703 
50.859 


20,572 

24,694 

4,575 

17.004 


3.115 
7,148 
2.992 
4,019 


Administration 

Financial 


Depreciation 

Other 


1.995 














Total expense 


400,615 


30,106 


881,134 


288,228 


76,168 


a 


Net Income or net expense 


5,541 


1,498 


69,456 


26,558 


1,721 




Number of customers 


1.578 


240 


3.528 


1,232 


368 





Statements A and B 

^ta ments for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



95 



itte 


Alvinston 
680 


Amherst- 
burg 
4.846 


Ancaster 
Twp. 
15.342 


Apple Hill 
325 


Arkona 
454 


Amprior 
5.807 


Arthur 
1.328 


Athens 
1,036 




$ 

95,889 
41,867 


$ 

768.161 
219,573 


$ 
417,241 
133,175 


$ 
33.392 
13.861 


$ 
64,225 
25.228 


$ 

815.305 
247.950 


$ 
226,769 
63,822 


$ 

107,760 
31.264 


7 
2.(4 


54,022 
12,088 


548,588 
17,167 


284.066 

6.281 
64,000 


19.531 
7.157 


38.997 

10.731 

10,582 

6.000 

1.182 


567,355 

47,224 
12,000 


162,947 
1,936 


76,496 
1.610 


)0 


5.050 
1,020 


18,000 
10,833 




10,000 

2,777 
180 


2 843 


■ 19 


7.390 
128 


725 
65 


11,132 


2,885 
485 















24 


18.158 


46.000 
26.529 


77.799 
1.532 


7.947 


28,495 


70.356 
3,684 


14,893 
448 


7.823 


















3,619 


12 






1,288 


5,819 














24 




26.529 
544.077 


5.151 
263,480 


12 
20.889 




3.684 
518.114 


1,736 
129,046 


5,819 


?37 


72.066 


54.016 


68,201 


n 


144,246 


1,165,194 


630,496 


48,379 


121,508 


1,159,509 


308,622 


158,339 








21.600 
18,354 
10.726 






23.411 

63.478 

8,525 


30,800 

26.146 

1.179 




10 

11 


2,477 
156 


35.292 
10.556 


886 

74 


1.710 


7,151 
712 








21 

7 87 


2.633 
72.066 


45.848 
544.077 


50.680 
263,480 


960 
20.889 


1.710 
54,016 


95.414 

518.114 
942 


58,125 
129,046 


7.863 
68.201 
















87 
00 

72 
11 


72.066 
23.529 


544.077 
68,237 


263,480 
106,646 


20,889 
5.080 


54.016 
13.113 


519.056 
121.833 


129.046 
28.113 


68.201 
12,988 


44,457 
1,561 


493,369 
13,663 


204,706 
4,984 


21,450 


52.669 


395,632 
27,574 


93.338 


67,973 
1,314 










83 


69.547 


575,269 


316,336 


26.530 


65.782 


545,039 


121.451 


82,275 


91 


144,246 


1,165,194 


630,496 


48,379 


121,508 


1,159,509 


308,622 


158,339 




















120 
80 


33.719 
891 


440,829 
10.005 


202,357 

8,777 


12,099 
388 


22.285 
1,505 


537,448 
19,064 


114,533 
1.955 


55.279 
864 


100 


34,610 


450,834 


211,134 


12,487 


23,790 


556,512 


116,488 


56,143 


)55 
104 
)53 
!75 

196 


18,234 


342,444 


152,401 


9,437 


17,880 


426,902 


95,059 


39.886 


2,375 
6,092 


26,748 
43,091 


13.372 

28.948 

5,572 

12,456 


548 
1.706 


1,071 
1.644 


30,049 

39,981 

5.154 

32.408 


9,574 
7,658 
4.136 
6,614 


3,259 
4.559 


3.540 


18,506 


1.220 


2.261 


3.362 


















(83 


30,241 


430,789 


212,749 


12,911 


22,856 


534,494 


123,041 


51,066 


183 


4,369 


20,045 


1,615 


424 


934 


22,018 


6,553 


5,077 


J 75 


348 


1.653 


1.177 


121 


204 


2,053 


566 


414 



96 



Municipal Electrical Service 







iVlUl 


iicipai 1^1 


ectncai i 


jtuities 1 


nmcf 


Municipality 

Population 


Atikokan 
Twp. 
6,133 


Aurora 
11,391 


Avonmore 
230 


Aylmer 
4,543 


Ayr 
1,233 


5 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

693,563 
299,295 


$ 

1,452.517 

321,148 


$ 

33,557 
15.088 


$ 
582,567 
233,373 


$ 
142,233 
35.251 


l9i: 


Less accumulated depreciation 




Net fixed assets 


394,268 

14,741 
90,000 


1.131,369 
20,207 


18.469 
9,431 


349.194 
26.624 


106.982 
11,063 




CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




34,000 

14,188 

5,600 










Accounts receivable (net) 


16,131 
612 


1,764 


15,141 


2,139 


Mt 
1 • 


Other 












Total current assets 


121.484 
11,065 


73,995 
484 


11,195 


41,765 
947 


13.202 
208 


89" 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


16^ 


Sinking fund on debentures 






Miscellaneous assets 


13.063 


5,249 


528 


517 




e 






- 


Total other assets 


24,128 
345.381 


5.733 
543.624 


528 
13.601 


1.464 
535,526 


208 
119,236 


16( 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


l'.36» 


Total 


885,261 


1,754,721 


43,793 


927,949 


239,628 


24r_ 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding .. . 


162.000 
34.749 
26,213 


149.000 

71.909 

7.886 


8,500 
2,541 


5,000 

43,797 

3,279 




1 I 


Current liabilities 


8,069 
880 


oof 


Other liabilities 


47'' 








Total liabilities ... 


222,962 
345.381 


228.795 
543,624 


11,041 
13.601 


52,076 
535,526 


8,949 
119,236 


48^ 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


1,36^ 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


345.381 
238.000 


543,624 
73,378 


13.601 
5.500 


535.526 
83.702 


119.236 
17,503 


l'.36t 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


49.209 
29,709 


740,925 
167.999 


13.651 


256,645 


93.249 
691 












Total capital 


316.918 


982.302 


19.151 


340.347 


111.443 


'.*^ 






Total 


885,261 


1,754,721 


43,793 


927,949 


239,628 


2',r- 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


325.913 
35.669 


735,146 
37,078 


14,676 
554 


372.097 
4,980 


103,893 
2,019 


J'' 


Total revenue 


361,582 


772,224 


15,230 


377,077 


105,912 


>" 




'=t-^ 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


205,325 


573,504 


10,307 


316,879 


77,561 


•J- 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


42,060 
59,403 
33,020 
26,920 


39,405 
53,673 
20,915 
39,258 


1.622 

1,552 

986 

1,159 


15,516 

22,127 

5.126 

17,198 


4,471 
10.430 




Administration 




Financial 




Depreciation 


4,379 




Other 


















Total expense 


366,728 


726,755 


15,626 


376,846 


96,841 








Net Income or net expense 


5J46 


45,469 


396 


231 


9,071 




Number of customers | 


1,841 


3,414 1 


123 1 


1,772 1 


445 1 





i 



Statements A and B 

S tements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



97 



; icroft 
244 


Barrie 
26,684 


Barry's Bay 
1,471 


Bath 
797 


Beachburg 
543 


Beachville 
991 


Beamsville 
4,100 


Beaverton 
1,292 


Beeton 
1,065 


$ 

?,454 
5.071 


$ 
3.743,361 
1,335,219 


$ 
146,682 
36,229 


$ 
111.719 
33,919 


$ 
79,638 
36,472 


$ 
156,109 
66,802 


$ 
434,505 
149.357 


$ 

228,557 
64,174 


$ 
110,339 
29,074 


).383 

3.770 
),000 


2,408,142 
33,061 


110,453 


77,800 

7.220 
15,000 


43,166 

12,014 
10,000 


89,307 

6,590 
19,430 
25,000 

6,081 
242 


285,148 
62,392 


164,383 
5,341 


81,265 
20,466 
















),442 


98,261 
79 


8,460 


1,324 


201 


1,162 


2,599 


5,192 
















3,212 
594 


131,401 
73,556 


8,460 


23,544 


22,215 


57,343 
131 


63,554 


7,940 
125 


25,658 
866 














1 003 


9,588 


727 




1,465 






2,677 














1,597 


83,144 
2,182,449 


727 
45,518 




1,465 
28,363 


131 
317,973 




2,802 
164,633 


866 


5,281 


41,521 


208,775 


93,735 


1,473 


4,805,136 


165,158 


142,865 


95,209 


464,754 


557,477 


339,758 


201,524 


8,000 


237,000 

326,300 

75,654 


16,600 

5,219 

445 


3,000 
4,420 
1,027 


33,250 

3,164 

181 










1,968 
2,198 


15,428 
603 


20,534 
4,522 


2,717 
1,188 


6,382 
1,208 


2,166 
5,281 


638,954 
2,182,449 


22,264 
45,518 


8,447 
41,521 


36,595 
28,363 


16,031 
317,973 


25,056 
208,775 


3,905 
164,633 


7,590 
93,735 





















5,281 
4,500 


2,182,449 
114,365 


45,518 
8,900 


41,521 
14,500 


28,363 
18,750 


317,973 
5,537 


208,775 
37,500 


164,633 
12,839 


93,735 
13,610 


2.142 
0,384 


1,779,618 
89,750 


84,051 
4,425 


65,910 
12,487 


11,501 


123,603 
1,610 


285,242 
904 


158,381 


86,589 










7.026 


1,983,733 


97,376 


92,897 


30,251 


130,750 


323,646 


171,220 


100,199 


4.473 


4,805,136 


165,158 


142,865 


95,209 


464,754 


557,477 


339,758 


201,524 


1 1 1 , ; 1 


! 


7,275 
9,633 


2,205,904 
86,686 


71,320 
1,246 


38,149 
1,661 


35,540 
1,515 


143,179 
4,928 


214,626 
11,197 


111,044 
3,629 


52,274 
3,210 


6,908 


2,292,590 


72,566 


39,810 


37,055 


148,107 


225,823 


114,673 


55,484 


17.753 
6,425 


1,752,602 


55,896 


28,879 


25,607 


149,502 


154,200 


87,546 


41,392 


9,678 
'4,582 
6,281 


156,319 

157,545 

34,727 

140,264 


2,992 
8,233 
2,830 
4,353 


2,471 

3,014 

693 

3,654 


1,945 
2,241 
4,539 
2,632 


2,939 
4,978 


18,311 
20,990 


6,411 
8,653 


3,099 

4.222 


-8,188 


6,157 


15,136 


7,762 


4,023 


_ 


















2,907 

=' 


2,241,457 


74,304 


38,711 


36,964 


163,576 


208,637 


110,372 


52,736 


4,001 


51,133 


1,738 


1,099 


,. 


15,469 


17,186 


4,301 


2,748 



826 I 



9,670 



483 



288 



228 



345 



.443 



671 



373 



98 



Municipal Electrical Service ; 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finat^ 



Municipality 

Population 


Belle 
River 
2,756 


Belleville 
33,638 


Belmont 
792 


Blenheim 
3,417 


Bloomfield 
711 


Blj 
8( 


^t 








A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
260,642 
45,319 


$ 
5,236,418 
1,481,028 


$ 

105,411 
39,459 


$ 
523,733 
159,081 


$ 
77,445 
38,849 


124)3 


T,p«;5 nmimiilatpfl denreciation 


4415 




Net fixed assets 


215,323 

7,612 
5,000 
2,000 

2,228 


3,755,390 
32,451 


65,952 

6,737 

10,000 

9,650 

102 


364,652 


38,596 

2,195 
13,500 

3,993 
372 
933 


8C^> 


CURRENT ASSETS 


( 

2 
2 


18 












>s 




89,253 
683 


4,610 


)B 


Other 














11 




16,840 
1,031 


122,387 
94,395 


26,285 


4,610 
4,082 


20,993 


12 


OTHER ASSETS 


14 


Sinking fund on debentures 

A/fi<;f'p11anpnii<; n<;<sPt«; 










11,664 


3,643 


502 














li 


Total other assets . . 


1,031 
121,251 


106,059 
2,748,812 


3,643 
47,116 


4,584 
270,802 






Equity in Ontario Hydro ■ •• • 


68,748 


io:'i>7 






M 


Total 


354,445 


6,732,648 


142,996 


644,648 


128,337 


196 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 




653,000 

221,185 

47.943 


42,500 
7,728 
1,391 


2,594 
5,688 
3,996 






26,875 
1,802 


3,068 
517 


c 


11 


Other liabilities 


{Q 






¥> 


Total liabilities 


28,677 
121,251 


922,128 
2,748,812 


51,619 
47,116 


12,278 
270,802 


3,585 
68,748 


1 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


lO^ij? 
















57 


Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


121,251 
19,555 


2,748,812 
376,997 


47,116 
10,539 


270,802 
96,586 


68,748 
9,797 


10- 

1( 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


177,427 
7,535 


2,622,686 
62,025 


31,901 
1,821 


264,982 


46,207 


6^11 

:ifi 












Total capital 


204,517 


3,061,708 


44,261 


361,568 


56,004 


8( 


M 


Total 


354,445 


6,732,648 


142,996 


644,648 


128,337 


196 


— 


















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


147,784 
3,493 


2,327.559 
127,547 


75,954 
3,751 


198,876 
4,268 


38,137 
1,698 


6< 


57 
1.= 


Total revenue 


151,277 


2,455,106 


79,705 


203,144 


39,835 


7( 


7« 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


102,918 


1,717,370 


63,966 


133,435 


29,783 


5: 


i5 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


14,630 

15,204 

930 

6,650 


210.165 

233,425 

71,747 

163,654 


3,292 
4,839 
4,520 
4,652 


16,766 

32,532 

2,698 

14,965 


5,121 
4,951 


^ 


t)l 


Administration 


» 




3,587 


/« 


Other 




















Total expense 


140,332 


2,396,361 


81,269 


200,396 


43,442 


b'i 


M 


Net income or net expense 


10,945 


58,745 


1,564 


2,748 


3,607 


3 


M 


Number of customers 


986 


11,894 


258 


1,316 


308 




3f 



Statements A and B 

jtatements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






99 


fbcaygeon 
1 M23 


Bolton 
2,649 


Bothwell 
839 


Bowman- 
ville 
8,687 


Bracebridge 
3.400 


Bradford 
3,185 


Braeside 
488 


Brampton 
38,178 


Brantford 
59,974 


$ 

300,298 
116,893 


$ 
462.478 
92,907 


$ 
100,065 
41,283 


$ 

1.143.671 

511,801 


$ 

1,171,353 

361.068 


$ 

448,911 
145,050 


$ 
61.179 
15.556 


$ 
8,060,365 
1,578,906 


$ 

8,558,882 
2.633,417 


183,405 
14,206 


369,571 
13,053 


58,782 
22,078 


631,870 

60,437 
20,000 
59,609 
30,631 
1.033 


810.285 


303.861 
10,375 


45.623 
3,866 


6,481,459 
355,464 


5,925,465 
130 872 






350 000 












3,000 
1,355 






j 2.015 


14.674 


1.535 


22,558 


29,756 
1,494 


566.589 
163 


143,565 
4,906 














, 16,221 
4.339 


27.727 


23.613 

582 


171,710 
21.945 


22.558 
9.107 


41,625 
14.306 


8,221 


922,216 
346.440 


629,343 
125,517 






\ 3.890 


14^375 




9.455 


9,960 


7.989 


2,708 


63.040 


4,406 






8.229 
85,317 


14,375 
154,084 


582 
81,981 


31.400 
961,231 


19,067 
35,936 


22,295 
228,928 


2,708 
108,802 


409,480 
2,075,010 


129,923 
7,467,519 


193,172 


565,757 


164,958 


1,796,211 


887,846 


596,709 


165,354 


9,888,165 


14,152,250 


55.300 

16.612 

576 


144,775 
51,799 
29,027 






77,000 
72,431 






3,414,699 

966.190 

91.561 


334.478 


5.961 
97 


55,158 
20.915 


21,760 
4,798 


10,220 
139 


400.414 
124.993 






72,488 
85,317 


225,601 
154,084 


6,058 
81,981 


76.073 
961,231 


149,431 
35.936 


26.558 
228,928 


10.359 
108.802 


4.472.450 
2,075,010 


859,885 
7,467,519 


















85.317 
33,700 


154,084 
50,992 


81,981 
5,534 


961.231 
71.000 


35,936 
428.800 


228.928 
23,351 


108,802 
6,000 


2,075,010 
808,500 


7.467,519 
1,360,205 


01,466 
201 


94.576 
40,504 


71,385 


687.907 


273.403 
276 


317,872 


40,193 


1,937.950 
594,255 


4.180.262 
284,379 












35,367 


186,072 


76,919 


758,907 


702.479 


341,223 


46,193 


3,340,705 


5.824,846 


93,172 


565,757 


164,958 


1,796,211 


887,846 


596,709 


165,354 


9,888,165 


14,152,250 




















37,535 
3,577 


203,400 

5.947 


47,959 
2.864 


669,282 
30,208 


256,320 
12.174 


196,131 
9,771 


103,431 
1.580 


3.363,683 
35,912 


4.398.575 
126.670 


41,112 


209,347 


50,823 


699,490 


268,494 


205,902 


105,011 


3,399,595 


4,525,245 


91,024 


136.443 


33,941 


534.931 


102.833 
63,612 
30,063 
31,215 
17,013 
30,140 


141,075 


100.441 


2.210,927 


3.373.522 


10.793 
15,592 
' 8,292 
10,683 


10,599 
16,463 
22,911 
12.310 


3,696 
7,076 


28.553 
46,457 


17,293 
22,196 


2,448 
3.016 


141.062 
182,692 
391,782 
199,976 


228.748 

255,345 

67,887 


3,519 


42,509 


15,624 


2,228 


247,520 


















J6,384 


198,726 


48,232 


652,450 


274,876 


196,188 


108,133 


3,126,439 


4,173,022 


4,728 


10,621 


2,591 


47,040 


6,382 


9,714 


3,122 


273,156 


352,223 


852 

1 


931 


359 


2,921 


1,443 


1.083 


166 


12,215 


20,833 



100 



Municipal Electrical Service I 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finaii,^^!^ 



Municipality., 
Population 



Brantford 
Twp. 
9,138 



Brechin 



260 



Bridgeport 
2,297 



Brigden 
550 



Brighton 
2,980 



A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities 

Less accumulated depreciation. 



$ 
,810,908 
589,283 



$ 

28,919 
9,180 



$ 

190,500 
36,682 



$ 

72.668 
25,801 



$ 
348,320 
84,722 



Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank. 
Investments - short-term... 

-long-term 

Accounts receivable (net)... 
Other 



,221,625 



130,243 
135,000 



16,626 



19,739 

1,877 

2,000 

6,500 

379 



153.818 



10,266 
8.000 



2,501 



46,867 

7,762 

5.000 

6.887 

408 

66 



263.598 
1.898 

6,237 



Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures. 
Miscellaneous assets 



281,869 

26,208 

2,325 



10,756 



20,767 
353 
102 



20,123 
30 
39 



8,135 

15,523 

1,980 



Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro. 



28,533 
634,446 



28,271 



455 
115,542 



69 
56,781 



17.503 
202.084 



Total 



2,166,473 



58,766 



290,582 



123,840 



491,320 



LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding. 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 



312.974 

100.840 

20.095 



1,530 
221 



10,872 

15.810 

2.328 



189 
235 



23.700 
15.356 
3.318 



Total liabilities 

RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro. 
Other reserves 



433.909 
634.446 



1,751 
28,271 



29,010 
115.542 



424 
56,781 



42.374 
202,084 



Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 



Total capital., 
Total 



634.446 
342.384 



706.848 
48.886 



28.271 
2,664 

26,080 



115,542 

28,777 



12,085 
5.168 



56.781 
8.000 

58.635 



202.084 
41.300 



201.215 
4.347 



1.098.118 



28,744 



146,030 



66,635 



246,862 



2,166,473 



58,766 



290,582 



123,840 



491,320 4,688,j« 



B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 



Total revenue.. 



EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance. 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 



Total expense 

Net income or net expense. 



980,018 
31,147 



,011,165 



717,753 

71,657 
46,557 
57,210 
59,431 



952,608 



58,557 



12,475 
704 



13,179 



11,364 



884 
1.450 



922 



14,620 



1,441 



129.114 

2,477 



131,591 



78,537 

9,513 

15,974 

2,556 

5,156 



111,736 



19,855 



24,591 
1,459 



26,050 



173,916 
4,391 



178,307 



18,038 



2,682 
2,768 



2,419 



25,907 



143 



123,704 

10,647 
17,028 
3,542 
9,488 



164,409 



13,898 



Number of customers.. 



2,956 



105 



668 



221 



.194 



7.3 



Statements A and B 

^ ijiatements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



101 



russels 
857 


Burford 
1.150 


Burgessville 
300 


Burk's Falls 
832 


Burlington 
82.620 


Cache Bay 

727 


Caledonia 
3.082 


Campbell- 
ford 
3,534 


Campbell- 
ville 
260 


$ 

10,419 
16,765 


$ 
157,106 
63,259 


$ 
48.073 
15.654 


$ 

114.215 
33,464 


$ 

11,196,275 
2,338,459 


$ 
67.927 
29.795 


$ 

313.338 
101.635 


$ 
965.949 
289,051 


$ 
30.434 
10,999 


93.654 

9,910 
10.000 


93,847 
15,441 


32.419 
2.655 


80,751 
8.155 


8,857,816 

267,168 
250.000 

35.000 
254.716 

55.807 


38.132 

1.519 
16.000 
10.000 

4.285 
143 


211.703 
29.461 


676.898 

15.192 
15.000 


19,435 

6.457 

1.000 

983 


3.500 
2,123 


1.500 
1,943 


11.690 
4.328 




2,326 


3.481 


4.943 
197 


1.291 
60 














22,236 


21,064 
71 


6,098 


24.173 


862.691 
223.845 


31.947 
184 


32.942 
879 


35.332 
18.065 


9,791 








M ^'^^^ 








57,093 


1.032 




2.431 














m 5.089 

■iO,728 


71 
117,793 






280,938 
2.879.891 


1.216 
35,284 


879 
173.040 


20,496 
64.784 




35,252 


63.577 


25,927 


f|31,707 


232,775 


73,769 


168,501 


12,881,336 


106,579 


418,564 


797,510 


55,153 




3.264 

10.338 

2.338 






2.206,200 

726,272 
248,290 






98.400 

20.443 

3.109 




6,536 
381 


2.010 
270 


6.319 
193 


2,575 
271 


9,229 
4.670 


1,419 




6.917 
110.728 


15,940 
117,793 


2.280 
35,252 


6.512 
63.577 


3,180,762 
2,879,891 


2,846 
35,284 


13.899 
173.040 


121.952 
64.784 


1,419 

25,927 




















110.728 
28.000 


117,793 
17.590 


35,252 
3,500 


63.577 
29,147 


2.879,891 
1,235,856 


35.284 
25.359 


173,040 
15,525 


64.784 
54.100 


25,927 
5.448 


86,062 


81,452 


32,737 


69.265 


4,653,759 
931,068 


43.090 


213,479 
2.621 


555,745 
929 


22.359 












114.062 


99,042 


36,237 


98.412 


6,820,683 


68,449 


231.625 


610.774 


27.807 


:31,707 


232,775 


73,769 


168,501 


12,881,336 


106,579 


418,564 


797,510 


55,153 


1 1 






1 


1 1 


57.277 
1.788 


86.654 
5.559 


19.977 
815 


77.527 
1.287 


5,736,944 
187,199 


20,858 
2,510 


146.424 
3.878 


216.814 
11.723 


13.077 
835 


59,065 


92,213 


20,792 


78,814 


5,924,143 


23,368 


150,302 


228,537 


13,912 


42,304 


56.297 


15.581 


58.158 


4,060,003 


16,315 


89.291 


106.565 
12.019 
19.761 
33.723 
12,742 
24,791 


10.583 


3,441 
4.507 


11,235 
9.141 
1.236 
5.790 


1.398 
1.411 


5.187 
6.032 


363,213 
308,870 
317,695 
309,270 


1,360 
3.928 

7 
2.524 


11.077 
17.786 


470 
1.685 


3.200 


1.799 


3.231 


9.504 


1,300 




















53,452 


83,699 


20,189 


72,608 


5,359,051 


24,134 


127,658 


209,601 


14,038 


' 5,613 


8,514 


603 


6,206 


565,092 


766 


22,644 


18,936 


126 


414 


471 1 


110 


388 


21.381 


200 


1,045 


1.438 


98 



102 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finamil 



Municipality 

Population 


Cannington 
1,068 


Capreol 
3,271 


Cardinal 
1,841 


Carleton 
Place 
4,981 


Casselman 
1.306 


Cayug 
1,053 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

138,640 
49,599 


$ 

398,984 
80,128 


$ 
119.615 
39,255 


$ 
560,435 
148.363 


$ 

153,713 
41,423 


$ 

161,9 
54,8 


Less accumulated depreciation 




89,041 

8,518 
8,000 

500 
1,839 

490 


318,856 
30,784 


80,360 
125 


412.072 
59,050 


112.290 

1,606 
3,000 
8.000 
1.917 
272 


107,C 

13,9 
10,0 

5,0 
2,3 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 






1,500 

3,875 

208 


15,000 
4,212 




1,711 
260 


Other 










19,347 


32,755 


5,708 


78,262 
11,357 


14.795 


31,2 

3 


OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 














516 


8,230 


2.855 


248 


7.797 


1 Ci 






Total other assets 


516 
107,817 


8,230 
180,230 


2,855 
121,221 


11,605 
622,816 


7,797 
62,933 


1.3 
82.f 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total 


216,721 


540,071 


210,144 


1,124,755 


197,815 


222,3 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




38.800 
17,183 
9,845 




22,750 

25,785 

7,510 


10,000 

11,435 

58 




Current liabilities 


5,411 
833 


9,798 
765 


5 ^ 


Other liabilities 


( 






Total liabilities 


6,244 
107,817 


65,828 
180,230 


10,563 
121,221 


56,045 
622,816 


21.493 
62,933 


6,( 
82.t 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


107,817 
14,532 


180,230 
83,200 


121,221 
11,014 


622,816 
85,547 


62,933 
60.000 


82,( 
20,( 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


87,928 
200 


207.385 
3,428 


67,346 


333,848 
26,499 


52,478 
911 


113,; 








Total capital 


102,660 


294,013 


78,360 


445,894 


113,389 


133 ' 






Total 


216,721 


540,071 


210,144 


1,124,755 


197,815 


222,;'; 

T 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


61,538 
2,865 


208,666 
3,463 


69,585 
1,268 


347,932 
5,671 


80.976 
1,889 


72,: 

4.(r 


Total revenue 


64,403 


212,129 


70,853 


353,603 


82,865 


76,'l 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


50,346 


131.761 


51,424 


234,589 


65,519 


46,' 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


3,154 
8,154 


15.405 

24,139 

8,497 

10,429 


5,310 
7.611 


31,268 

33,574 

6,338 

16,022 


2,618 
8,169 
5.306 
4.392 


5,<;' 


Administration... . 


10,<) 


Financial 




Depreciation 

Other 


5,460 


4,052 


5." 














^ 


Total expense 


67,114 


190,231 


68,397 


321,791 


86,004 


67,i, , 


Net income or net expense 


2,711 


21,898 


2,456 


31,812 


3,139 


8.1? , 


Number of customers 


491 


1,148 


680 


1,913 


441 


N 




liA 



Statements A and B 

Sitements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






103 




:halk 
liver 
.090 


Chapleau 
Twp. 
3.529 


Chatham 
33.291 


Chatsworth 
399 


Chesley 
1,699 


Chesterville 
1,285 


Chippawa 
4.300 


Clifford 
540 


Clinton 
2.975 




$ 

)6.006 
J9.197 


$ 

349.001 
20.757 


$ 
5,283,578 
1,438,802 


$ 
45.537 
17,351 


$ 
198.820 
89.004 


$ 
129,719 
42,103 


$ 
411.094 
111.136 


$ 

88.348 
23.105 


$ 

507.095 
176.090 




56,809 

6.989 
1 nnn 


328.244 
45,135 


3,844,776 

105,762 
250.000 
100.000 
283.958 
3.996 


28,186 
4.454 


109.816 

9.233 

15.000 

4.000 

5.527 


87.616 
18.859 


299.958 
43 


65.243 
4.514 


331.005 
42.774 






13.910 
1.397 


6.000 
3.166 
1.300 




3.000 




602 


3.454 
3,020 


6.885 


4 032 








~ 














0.591 


51.609 
350 


743.716 
180.724 


19.761 


33.760 
1.155 


29.325 


6.928 
713 


7.514 


46.806 
5 913 












9 6,-^% 


7,701 


42.798 






4.139 


528 




















2.633 
9.314 


8.051 
66.911 


223.522 
3.278.043 




1.155 

238.572 


4.139 
199.442 


1.241 
169.910 




5.913 




42.878 


64,308 


356.966 




9,347 


454,815 


8,090,057 


90,825 


383,303 


320,522 


478,037 


137,065 


740,690 




X son 


39.000 
86.767 
11.758 


110.395 
229.767 








29.500 

26.088 

2.940 


2.118 

4.361 

189 


14.000 


3.611 
.S22 


2.702 
331 


9.026 
1.215 


11.616 
1.186 


18.062 
4.859 










7.633 
9.314 


137,525 
66,911 


340.162 
3.278,043 


3.033 

42.878 


10,241 

238.572 


12.802 
199.442 


58,528 
169.910 


6.668 
64.308 


36.921 
356.966 


















9.314 
1.500 


66,911 
76,000 


3.278,043 
1,406,914 


42.878 
5.014 


238,572 
24.410 


199.442 
5.889 


169.910 
48.850 


64.308 
12.811 


356.966 
107.673 


0.900 


166,200 
8,179 


2,907,565 
157,373 


39.900 


109.740 
340 


102.389 


182.359 
18.390 


53.278 


239.130 


s 













2.400 


250,379 


4,471,852 


44.914 


134.490 


108.278 


249.599 


66.089 


346.803 


%U7 


454,815 


8,090,057 


90,825 


383,303 


320,522 


478,037 


137,065 


740,690 




















= 


2.945 
1.138 


213,988 
7,991 


3.002.358 
73.793 


20.709 
1.706 


104.280 
1.539 


105.132 
2.553 


180.219 
2.037 


33.001 
1.305 


223.002 
10.195 


4,083 


221,979 


3,076,151 


22,415 


105,819 


107,685 


182,256 


34,306 


233,197 


2.292 


130,304 


1,992,747 


17.736 


73.475 


96.678 


117.083 


26.226 


144.749 


2.595 
2.872 
4.458 


20,451 

38,341 

12,189 

7,217 


518,845 

256,627 

42,570 

124,163 


1,967 
2,683 


7.467 
13.273 


3.150 
9,442 


20.362 

28.182 

6.343 

11.425 


3.701 

2.627 

569 

2.772 


24.199 

32.496 

2,639 


3.261 


1,879 


6.099 


4,268 


14.709 






















=: 


5,478 


208,502 


2,934,952 


24,265 


100,314 


113,538 


183,395 


35,895 


218,792 




1,395 


13,477 


141,199 


1,850 


5,505 


5,853 1,139 


1,589 14,405 


M 


287 


1,066 


11,088 


194 


804 


498 


1.413 


253 


1.319 



104 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finan 


1 

■ 

i 

> 




Cobden 
872 


Cobourg 
10,881 


Cochrane 

4,845 


Colbome 
1,560 


Coldwater 
761 


Colling'' 
9.26 


Population 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost . . 


$ 
102,989 
33,197 


$ 

1,593,980 

665,138 


$ 
690,948 
179,897 


$ 
226,728 
41,068 


$ 
88,075 
20,227 


1 74.4. 1 


Less accumulated depreciation .. . 


329 ' 








Net fixed assets 


69,792 

3,476 


928,842 

54,929 

145,000 

5,000 

14,942 

474 


511,051 

25,519 
25,000 


185,660 
3,307 


67,848 
6,014 


1 015 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


90.: J i 
4..>j 

26 r 




6,000 

1,105 

850 




22,500 
3,037 

4 


Accounts receivable (net) 


30,776 
653 


10,487 
127 


Other 


I 










11,431 


220,345 
20,023 


81,948 
25,629 


13,921 
17,789 


31,555 




OTHER ASSETS 


32 > 


Sinking fund on debentures 








1,029 




19,165 


10,307 




48, S- 








Total other assets 


1,029 
69,035 


20,023 
1,195,914 


44,794 
193,859 


28,096 
117,149 




81 J» 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


93,346 


1.038,1. 


Total 


151,287 


2,365,124 


831,652 


344,826 


192,749 


2,261, 


i 

1 


LIABILITIES 






20.500 
41.666 
20.280 






231 




147 
370 


79,138 
14,027 


11,234 
12,102 


18,354 
603 


70 J 


Other liabilities 


10 f 








Total liabilities 


517 
69,035 


93,165 
1,195,914 


82,446 
193,859 


23.336 
117.149 


18,957 
93,346 


312, 
1,038,3 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


















69.035 
4,949 


1,195,914 
105.993 


193,859 
124,500 


117,149 
12,195 


93,346 
6,868 


1,038,3 
61,13 


CAPITAL 






► 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


70,490 
6,296 


956,051 
14,001 


429,047 
1,800 


191,545 
601 


73,578 


845.'S 
5,D 






Total capital 


81,735 


1,076,045 


555,347 


204,341 


80,446 


911,8 




Total 


151,287 


2,365,124 


831,652 


344,826 


192,749 


2,261.3 




1 1 1 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


46,112 
1,387 


1,022,118 
43,689 


329,319 
16,376 


122,381 
3,340 


61,884 
1,494 


l,048i 
26 




Total revenue 


47,499 


1,065,807 


345,695 


125,721 


63,378 


1,075 

-■ *i 


h 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


40,745 


855,689 


199,127 


87,206 


49,202 


773 il 

|j 


1 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


3,043 
4,450 


47,832 
63,941 


41,953 

46,587 

8,574 

19,967 


7,433 
14,128 


3,609 
5,997 


"1 

59 i 


Financial 


28| 




3,320 


64,326 


5,300 


2,540 


374 


Other 


'f 


















Total expense 


51,558 


1,031,788 


316,208 


114,067 


61,348 


958 Ii3 




Net income or net expense 


4,059 


34,019 


29,487 


11,654 


2,030 


116<M 


Number of customers 


397 


3,658 


1.511 


654 


352 


3 '4 







Statements A and B 

atements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



105 



Comber 
! 640 


Coniston 
2,933 


Cookstown 
799 


Cottam 
650 


Courtright 
626 


Creemore 
958 


Dashwood 
400 


Deep River 
5.574 


Delaware 
450 


$ 

109,035 
37,552 


$ 
197.639 
45,196 


$ 
77.466 
26.410 


$ 

78,270 
31.472 


$ 
69,986 
12.214 


$ 

104.798 
25,448 


$ 

54,480 
7.015 


875.295 
295.652 


$ 

45.852 
21.234 


71,483 
( 12,320 


152,443 
4,583 


51,056 
16,544 


46,798 

4,849 
8,000 
3,000 
1.650 


57,772 
3,634 


79.350 
4,534 


47,465 
35,140 


579,643 


24.618 
8 268 


[i 




19.000 










5,000 

2,877 
400 




30.000 
4,991 


! 1.120 

258 


7,115 

437 


868 


2,335 


470 


1,238 
















13.698 
269 


12,135 

884 


17,412 


17.499 


5.969 
25 


12,811 
461 


35,610 


34,991 
14,227 


28,506 












r 

L 


21,343 





421 


4.352 






8,779 














269 


22,227 
64,073 




421 

43,828 


4.377 
37.380 


461 
83,000 




23,006 
231,567 




77,769 


54,717 


57,456 


35,319 


|163,219 


250,878 


123,185 


108,546 


105,498 


175,622 


140,531 


869,207 


88,443 




20,000 
16.230 
11,677 






12,000 

3,258 

810 






123,487 

23.296 

1,260 




r 3,212 
144 


7,397 
636 


2,965 




4,174 
667 


182 


2.110 
171 










3,356 

, 77.769 

1 


47.907 
64,073 


8,033 
54.717 


2,965 
43.828 


16.068 
37.380 


4,841 
83,000 


182 
57.456 


148.043 
231,567 


2,281 
35,319 




















1 77,769 
!i 12.489 


64,073 
30,000 


54,717 
12,001 


43,828 
13,893 


37,380 
8.138 


83,000 
2.824 


57,456 
3,400 


231,567 
107,513 


35,319 
4.000 


161,531 
i 8.074 


103,698 
5,200 


47,784 
650 


47,860 


43,912 


84,957 


79.493 


109,219 
272,865 


46.265 
578 














f 82,094 


138,898 


60.435 


61,753 


52,050 


87,781 


82,893 


489,597 


50.843 


(63,219 


250,878 


123,185 


108,546 


105,498 


175,622 


140,531 


869,207 


88,443 


1 1 














,33,422 
; 1.741 


113,628 
1,661 


45,668 
760 


28,994 
1.805 


26,666 
886 


54,438 
2.683 


28,863 
1,408 


371,592 
13,333 


23.343 
2,830 


«35,163 


115,289 


46,428 


30,799 


27,552 


57,121 


30,271 


384,925 


26,173 


20,774 


87.427 


35,659 


20.177 


17,061 


41,678 


18,151 


285,008 


17.161 


il 2.495 
[| 6.213 


4,251 

11,458 

4,220 

5,268 


4,733 
2,173 


2,362 
4,407 


2,615 

4,346 

720 

1.811 


4,037 
4,346 

4,014 


1,370 

2,787 


31.150 
31.443 
18.255 
27.288 


1.614 
2.080 


j 3,674 


2,630 


2,943 


1,475 


1,924 




















p3,156 


112,624 


45,195 


29,889 


26,553 


54.075 


23,783 


393,144 


22,779 


( 2,007 


2,665 


1,233 


910 


999 


3,046 


6,488 


8,219 


3,394 


244 


765 


309 


264 


233 


397 


192 


1.546 


158 



106 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finan al 




Municipality 

Population 


Delhi 
3,694 


Deseronto 
1.830 


Dorchester 
1,150 


Drayton 
735 


Dresden 
2.375 


Drum 
46C 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant Anri fflrilitie*; at co<;t 


$ 

621,880 
189,876 


$ 

196.491 
90.877 


$ 
103.613 
38,963 


$ 
128,847 
21,488 


$ 
397,713 
99,714 


$ 

49 .; 


T^cc nmimnlatpfl denreciation 


19 (il ' 








N^pt fiTpH a<;<;et<; 


432,004 

2,497 
45,000 


105,614 
205 


64.650 
12,858 


107,359 
5,514 


297,999 
17,389 


30, 

1,(! 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


— long-term 


4,000 

12,662 

696 


1,500 
1,200 


8,612 

261 

30 


1,000 
5,489 


1 ( 1 


Arrr>iint<; rprPlvaWe Tnet^ 


8.374 
15 


1 1 
















Total current assets 


55.886 
14,495 


17,563 
12,368 


15,558 


14.417 


23,878 
5,252 


3,; 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 












167 




















Total other assets 


14,495 
274,088 


12,368 
136,868 


167 
63,918 




5.252 
253,555 


; 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


78,400 


45,: 


Total 


776,473 


272,413 


144,293 


200,176 


580,684 


79,( 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 






656 

3,791 

617 










21,124 
6.968 


9,686 
1,249 


6,096 
802 




14.405 
2,589 


6.( 


- 


Other liabilities 


Total liabilities 


28,092 
274,088 


10.935 
136.868 


5,064 
63,918 


6.898 
78.400 


16.994 
253.555 


6,: 
45,: 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


















274.088 
85.000 


136.868 
15,000 


63.918 
6.644 


78.400 
9.500 


253.555 
51,223 


45,: 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


4,.'-' 


Sinking fund debentures 




~ 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


350,952 
38,341 


109,610 


68.667 


104,679 
699 


258,527 
385 


22,1 






Total capital 


474,293 


124,610 


75,311 


114,878 


310,135 


27,: 




Total 


776,473 


272,413 


144,293 


200,176 


580,684 


79,(' 




i 1 








B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sales of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


252,203 
11.448 


100.050 
7,045 


47,443 
2,303 


46,115 
1.278 


221.532 
3.777 


18,1, 

i.;i 


- 


Total revenue 


263,651 


107,095 


49,746 


47,393 


225,309 


20.i 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


187.517 


82.305 


36.074 


31.756 


156.798 


16.': 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 


24.950 
28.504 


9,330 
12.954 


3.046 

3,733 

241 

4,002 


5.159 
3.511 


15.653 

29,766 

1,123 

9.062 


2;<'. 


Administration 

Financial 


i.(i; 




17,405 


8.662 


3,554 


2.' 


Other 
















_ 


>» 


Total expense 


258,376 


113,251 


47,096 


43,980 


212,402 


22,-i' 




Net Income or net expense 


5,275 


6,156 


2,650 


3,413 


12,907 


2,.(' 


Number of customers 


1.666 


643 


388 


311 


1 991 


:; 



Statements A and B 

Sttements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



107 



737 


Dublin 
300 


Dundalk 
1,053 


Dundas 
16,577 


Dunnville 
5,343 


Durham 
2,470 


Dutton 
838 


East York 
100.878 


Eganville 
1,354 


1 

1,).464 
1,989 


$ 

66,329 
21,209 


$ 

116.442 
23,255 


$ 

2,933,955 
693,022 


$ 

789,271 
217,658 


$ 

317,780 
96.888 


% 

104,106 
25,608 


$ 

12,041,798 
3,994,475 


$ 

235.223 
90.204 


i,475 

!.487 
i.OOO 


45,120 
2,322 


93.187 

8,240 

10,000 

1,500 

4,887 


2,240,933 
53,332 


571,613 

13,839 
33.000 


220,892 

15,013 
11,837 
21,296 
17,750 


78,498 
1.680 


8,047,323 

31,996 
100,000 
100,000 

588,471 
147 


145.019 

5.518 
15 000 


1.000 
234 


8,500 

80,614 

2,703 




14,818 


P,185 
366 


6,816 
1,809 


584 


2,988 














|),038 
?,429 


3,556 


24,627 
128 


145,149 
30,652 


55.464 
38,688 


65,896 
1,200 


2,264 
13 


820,614 

113,284 

137,095 

87,260 


38.324 
2.249 








t338 






20,438 




3,770 


















1.767 




128 
105,413 


51.090 
1,168.788 


38,688 
584,202 


4,970 
242,558 


13 
99.212 


337,639 
7,640,732 


2,249 


,5,681 


40.485 


47.968 


l,t,%l 


89,161 


223,355 


3,605,960 


1,249,967 


534,316 


179,987 


16,846,308 


233,560 


?,000 






862,200 

130,112 

72,609 


15,380 
26,087 
13,723 


22,000 

18,805 

1.215 




1,841,903 
706,591 
218,361 




1,879 
5.018 


165 

58 


200 
436 


4.342 
6,754 


6.347 
738 


1.897 

'),681 


223 
40.485 


636 
105,413 


1,064.921 
1,168,788 


55,190 
584,202 


42.020 

242,558 


11,096 
99,212 


2,766,855 
7,640,732 


7,085 
47,968 




















1,681 
1,430 


40.485 
6,200 


105,413 

5,727 


1,168,788 
432,824 


584,202 
124,559 


242.558 
33,324 


99.212 
8,407 


7,640,732 

1,704,260 
137,095 

4,351,382 
245.984 


47.968 
98.007 


<,053 


40.699 
1,554 


111,579 


758,920 
180,507 


457,229 
28,787 


216,414 


61,222 
50 


80,500 










3.383 


48,453 


117,306 


1.372.251 


610,575 


249,738 


69.679 


6.438.721 


178,507 


l,;i,96l 


89,161 


223,355 


3,605,960 


1,249,967 


534,316 


179,987 


16,846,308 


233,560 


















5,757 
2,689 


27,467 
391 


78.558 
2,162 


1.080.509 
35,180 


364,519 
5,140 


157,023 
8.693 


46.365 
671 


5,972,215 
250,453 


77,911 
2,181 


1^446 


27,858 


80,720 


1,115,689 


369,659 


165,716 


47,036 


6,222,668 


80,092 


J.293 


18,634 


59,422 


743,322 


267,609 


122,817 

15,347 

18,938 

2,526 

9,900 


24,903 


4,413,974 


51.201 
8,936 


),055 
15,936 
1,380 


1.915 
3,143 


6,080 
7.619 


112,145 
94,268 

110,295 
80,117 


33,494 

30,745 

5,170 

20,483 


5,435 

3,668 

981 

3.275 


470,090 

557,789 
244,895 
380,375 


4,595 
7.550 


4,964 


2,206 


2.967 


6,577 


_ 


















{,628 

==' — ■ 


25,898 


76,088 


1,140,147 


357,501 


169,528 


38,262 


6,067,123 


78,859 


»,818 


1,960 


4,632 


24,458 


12,158 


3,812 


8,774 


155,545 


1,233 


2,260 

1 


126 


550 


5,258 


2,106 


983 


378 


35.022 


513 



108 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities ] 


Pinar 






Elmira 
4.610 


Elmvale 
1.082 


Elmwood 
500 


Flora 
1.839 


Embro 
692 


Emb 
1.4 


Population 


(. 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

671.583 
220.948 


$ 

126,246 
39.624 


$ 
26.830 
11.958 


$ 

238,380 
86.578 


$ 
88,198 
36,831 


S 

168 


Less accumulated depreciation 


44jl 




Net fixed assets 


450.635 

200 

125.000 

30.000 

10,248 

406 


86.622 
14,515 


14.872 

4.545 

6.000 

1.000 

692 


151,802 
21.910 


51,367 
4,519 


123,5 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 




12,000 
2,952 




3.000 
2.157 








2.441 


2 


Other 




















165.854 
679 


29,467 
321 


12.237 


24.351 
928 


9.676 


11 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 










Miscellaneous assets 


1.001 








5.150 


6 [81 










Total other assets 


1.680 
627,510 


321 
102,347 




928 
193.229 


5,150 
70.161 


6 8 1 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


35.074 


45^7 « 


Total 


1,245,679 


218,757 


62,183 


370,310 


136,354 


188 


iv 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 












96 0' ; 




38,554 
5,470 


6,115 
769 


1,758 
99 


9,896 
3,720 


3.946 
1.170 


-. Jl 


Other liabilities 




Total liabilities 


44,024 
627.510 


6.884 
102,347 


1,857 
35.074 


13,616 
193,229 


5.116 
70,161 


106 2 1 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


45 


7 

















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 


627,510 
37,169 


102,347 
6.544 


35,074 
6.106 


193,229 
19,861 


70.161 
7.500 


45 7 ^ 
IS'O } 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


532,071 
4,905 


102.982 


19,146 


141.948 
1.656 


53.577 


18;* 5 

2« 












1 

1 

5 




574,145 


109.526 


25,252 


163,465 


61.077 


35 




Total 


1,245,679 


218,757 


62,183 


370,310 


136,354 


188 




1 1 








B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


440,984 
19.555 


76.900 
2.867 


14.272 
732 


118.713 
3.653 


40,777 
2.780 


105 

2 


Total revenue 


460,539 




79,767 


15,004 


122,366 


43,557 


107 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


362.588 


59.435 


12.804 


79,835 


31,302 


75 

.... 

■■■ 2? 

6 

9 


«^ 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


20.858 
31.124 


1,789 
7,711 


755 
2.106 


15,663 

13,075 

573 

7,306 


1.422 

3.824 

59 

3,590 


i 
• 


Depreciation 


19,933 


4,518 


1,054 


St - 


Other 


















^ 


Total expense 


434,503 


73,453 


16,719 


116,452 


40,197 


99< 

— - — - — 1- 


1 ^ 

m- 


Net Income or net expense 


26,036 


6,314 


1,715 


5,914 


3,360 


T\ 


1 


Number of customers.. . 


1,564 


487 


161 


667 


277 




«" 







Statements A and B 

S tements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



109 



-ieau 
510 


Erie Beach 
220 


Erin 
1,365 


Espanola 
5,607 


Essex 
3,821 


Etobicoke 
275.877 


Exeter 
3,278 


Fenelon 
Falls 
1.443 


Fergus 
5.319 


$ 

4,570 

8.489 


$ 
27,699 
8.877 


$ 
156,172 
36,179 


$ 
587,999 
144,364 


$ 
518,906 
176,177 


$ 

42.421,704 

9.021,207 


661,726 
184,843 


$ 
327.563 
97.030 


$ 
738.545 
221.830 


6,081 

8,153 

3.800 
1,309 


18.822 

5,274 
5,000 


119,993 
30,333 


443.635 

7.094 
6,000 


342,729 
20,697 


33,400,497 


476.883 
37,148 


230.533 
7.859 


516.715 

107.520 
50.000 








455,000 

851.799 

5,894 


9,063 

5.817 

202 




311 


2,508 
507 


18.606 
1.321 


10,121 


4.207 


10.986 










3.262 
168 


10,585 


33,348 
1,218 


33,021 
1,113 


30.818 
16.678 


1,312,693 

950.902 

3,458,609 

146,326 


52.230 
840 


12.066 
2.723 


168.506 
954 










5,889 


2,147 


1.217 




2.249 










168 
1.969 




1,218 
59,573 


7,002 
129,230 


18.825 
284,905 


4.555,837 
18,188,826 


2.057 
363,365 


2.723 
15.470 


3.203 


12,822 


628.637 


1,480 


42,229 


214,132 


612,888 


677,277 


57,457,853 


894,535 


260,792 


1,317,061 


5,234 
374 






95,500 
67,975 
16,210 


4,000 

41,252 

300 


9,085,978 

2.718.022 

431.274 


37,547 

18,906 

2.925 


54,000 

13,577 
3.397 


113.500 


1,275 
216 


12.653 
1,303 


50.505 
4.726 


5,608 
1,969 


1,491 

12,822 


13,956 
59,573 


179,685 
129.230 


45,552 
284,905 


12.235.274 
18.188.826 


59.378 
363.365 


70,974 
15,470 


168.731 
628.637 


















1,969 
0,529 

3.374 


12,822 
7,783 


59,573 
14,242 


129,230 
49,500 


284,905 
47,018 


18.188,826 

3,874,786 
3,458,609 

16,297,513 
3,402,845 


363.365 
27,453 


15,470 
106,000 


628.637 
71,461 


20,133 


120,061 
6,300 


160,367 
94.106 


294,822 
4,980 


395,945 
48.394 


68,348 


433.227 
15.005 








3.903 


27,916 


140,603 


303,973 


346,820 


27.033.753 


471.792 


174,348 


519.693 


1,480 


42,229 


214,132 


612,888 


677,277 


57,457,853 


894,535 


260,792 


1,317,061 




















6,758 
1,706 


10,121 

558 


101,295 
6,403 


314,661 
10,175 


230,492 
5.708 


22,633,618 
366,365 


275.551 
4.937 


143,947 
1,772 


592.104 
13.119 


8,464 


10,679 


107,698 


324,836 


236,200 


22,999,983 


280,488 


145,719 


605,223 


2,674 

4,988 
5.549 

3,670 


6,428 


69,574 


222.765 


162,259 


17,211,003 


179,964 


76,159 
26,948 
12,199 
11,683 
9,395 
8,545 


465.284 


1,491 
1,887 


8,128 
9,412 


27,053 
36,949 
13,297 
15,528 


18.912 

35.578 

1.703 

14,733 


1,439,885 
1.150,932 
1,031,050 
1,078,392 


23,824 

37,439 

3,712 

18,891 


32,518 
37,114 
10.780 


923 


5,724 


22,508 


1 




1 


1 




6,881 


10,729 


92,838 


315,592 


233,185 


21,911,262 


263,830 


144,929 

1 


568,204 


1,583 


50 


j 14,860 


9,244 


3,015 


1,088,721 


! 16,658 


1 790 


37,019 



153 



525 



1,706 



1,349 



86.590 



1.421 



892 



.873 



110 



Municipal Electrical Service I 

Municipal Electrical Utilities FinarMii 



Municipality 

Population 

A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 

Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments - short-term 

-long-term 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 

Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 

Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Total 

LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 

Total liabilities 

RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 

Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Total capital 

Total 

B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue 

EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 

Total expense 

Net income or net expense 

Number of customers 



Finch 
404 



Flesherton 
506 



Fonthill 
3,000 



Forest 
2,270 



Frankford 
1.926 



$ 

64.921 
18,701 



$ 
58,770 
19,927 



$ 
279,855 
104,727 



$ 
283,404 
140,415 



46,220 
4,231 



6,000 
4,943 



38,843 
6,864 



6,000 
1,382 



175,128 
32,644 

1,700 



15,174 



14.246 



34,344 
172 



44,903 



54.905 



172 
141,462 



106,297 



107,994 



351,106 



7,529 
412 



8,117 
2,267 



1,500 
12,508 

2,478 



7,941 
44,903 



10,384 
54,905 



16,486 
141,462 



44,903 
7,000 



42,202 
4,251 



54,905 
5,831 



35,971 
903 



141,462 
58,673 



131,135 
3,350 



53,453 



42,705 



193.158 



106,297 



107,994 



351,106 



142,989 
16,251 



10 

3,637 



19,898 
2,809 



2,809 
271,438 



437,134 



15,304 
1,793 



17.097 
271.438 



271.438 
23,357 

125,242 



148,599 



437,134 



$ 
181,656 
61.568 



120.088 
6.509 



621 
.033 



8,163 



355 
72,897 



201,503 



10,500 

8,784 
1.750 



21.034 

72.897 



72.897 
22,500 



82,174 
2,898 



107,572 



201,503 



23,132 
439 



46,609 
1.086 



129.233 
6,015 



158,919 
9,116 



23,571 



47,695 



135,248 



168,035 



17,282 



2.710 
2,236 



1,938 



37,215 

1,946 

2,201 

356 

2,198 



93,901 

8,790 

12,073 

589 

10,637 



122,376 



15,788 
21,693 



10,382 



24,166 



43,916 



125,990 



170,239 



595 



3,779 



9,258 



2,204 



92,895 
6,250 



99,145 



73,136 

6,222 

11,342 

1,215 

8,023 



99,938 



793 



181 



266 



922 



974 



685 



Statements A and B 

tements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



111 



. etown 
[,943 


Glencoe 
1,355 


Gloucester 
31,992 


Goderich 
6,583 


Grand 

Bend 

711 


Grand 

Valley 

908 


Granton 
350 


Gravenhurst 
3,300 


Grimsby 
6.800 


$ 

,),378 
),991 


$ 

217,800 
76.434 


$ 

4,861,133 
1,112,706 


$ 

1,246,362 

422,196 


$ 
253,348 
75.626 


$ 
81,976 
28,423 


$ 

30.662 
7.006 


$ 

439.848 
129.920 


$ 

780.302 
223.449 


,1,387 

).803 
),000 
1,000 
),657 
1,667 


141.366 
1.248 


3,748.427 

64.393 
675.000 


824,166 
89,135 


177,722 
11,523 


53,553 

16,764 

15,000 

3,000 

1,998 

392 


23.656 
10.429 


309,928 
110 


556.853 

21.744 
40.000 




98,000 

14,531 

115 






7,000 
10.216 


4,366 
147 


213.259 
9,812 


3,324 
78 


1.257 
471 


3.801 
260 








),127 
5,438 


5.761 
531 


962,464 

174,373 

15,912 

123,449 


201,781 
5,101 


14.925 
753 


37,154 
150 


12.157 


17,326 
9,648 


65.805 








) 198 


147 




7.841 




670 


1.804 


2.892 








5,636 
7,653 


678 
128.195 


313,734 
862,827 


5,101 
936,434 


8.594 
97.850 


150 
90,185 


670 
33.568 


11,452 
378,980 


2.892 
330.418 


>,803 


276,000 


5,887,452 


1,967,482 

9,000 
62,917 


299,091 

24.186 
8,242 
1.199 


181,042 


70,051 


717,686 


955,968 


5,079 


3.236.550 

256.971 

10.342 




65.000 
13.633 
4,366 


42.000 


7,640 

),913 


6.479 
647 


4.453 


53 


32.924 
12,007 












2,632 

7,653 


7,126 
128,195 


3.503.863 
862,827 


71,917 
936,434 


33.627 
97,850 


4.453 
90.185 


53 
33,568 


82,999 
378.980 


86,931 
330.418 




















7,653 
7,508 


128.195 
20.113 


862,827 

371.913 
15.912 

356,677 
776,260 


936.434 
203.960 


97.850 
66,814 


90,185 
10.794 


33,568 
6,602 


378.980 
49,279 


330,418 
133,344 


1,813 
S,197 


108.022 
12.544 


743.161 
12,010 


94,384 
6,416 


75,610 


29,828 


198,749 
7,679 


401,122 
4,153 










5.518 


140.679 


1.520,762 


959,131 


167.614 


86,404 


36,430 


255,707 


538,619 


,'5,803 


276,000 


5,887,452 


1,967,482 


299,091 


181,042 


70,051 


717,686 


955,968 




















7,683 
1,672 


99.060 
1.916 


2.377,999 
112,729 


612,984 
23,619 


104.337 
2,528 


52,839 
1,915 


16,094 
1,005 


229,475 
8,292 


342,949 
17,071 


vS5 


100,976 


2,490,728 


636,603 


106,865 


54,754 


17,099 


237,767 


360,020 


3,505 


58,836 


1,576,070 


441,729 


58.769 


40,903 


11,147 


168.654 


247,136 


'',691 
^,625 
7.996 


10.069 

11.092 

404 

7,043 


105,926 
172,106 
291,588 
151,264 


43.513 

72.754 

9,280 

37.939 


14,759 

18,789 

6,821 

7,233 


3,516 
3.751 


1,395 
1,976 


21.676 
18.704 
11.084 
13.892 


36,058 

49,636 

8,985 


2,768 


2.679 


925 


24,812 


. 


1 














),585 


87,444 


2,296,954 


605,215 


106,371 


50,849 


15,443 


234,010 


366,627 


i,770 


13,532 


193,774 


31,388 


494 


3,905 


1,656 


3,757 


6,607 


>089 


706 


8,310 


1 2.755 


874 


383 


126 


1 1.544 


1 2,459 



112 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finariaj 



Municipality 

Population 


Guelph 
57,202 


Hagersville 
2.281 


Hamilton 
296.857 


Hanover 
4.943 


Harriston 
1,757 


Har, 
1.8 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

9,328,938 
1,912,392 


$ 

297.541 
86.104 


$ 

38.258.465 
6.915.187 


$ 
567.423 
212,132 


$ 

319.139 
87.072 


5 
338 3 
115,9 








7,416,546 

151,798 
138.295 


211.437 

11,728 

20.000 

11.000 

1.086 


31,343.278 

407.778 
1.205.000 


355.291 
24.947 


232.067 
29,065 


222i4 
2311 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 


— long-term 


42,000 
27.924 


7,000 
1.217 


f" 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


121,109 
4.680 


2,744,799 
13,131 


4iiS 














415.882 
182.162 


43.814 
65 


4.370,708 
1,065.324 


94.871 
14.275 


37.282 
520 


27';6 
)6 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 




8.011 


1.000 


78.703 


28,256 


358 


515 




Total other assets 


190.173 

5.454,272 


1.065 
391.226 


1,144,027 
54,806,874 


42,531 
636,504 


878 
236.568 


5=1 
247*9 






Total 


13,476,873 


647,542 


91,664,887 


1,129,197 


506,795 


503)0 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


1,001,000 
176,356 
112,762 




317.000 

2.969,068 

278,341 




28,000 

10,211 

1,988 






14,175 
2,182 


35,229 
4,245 


30 15 


Other liabilities 


MS 






Total liabilities 


1.290,118 
5,454,272 


16,357 
391,226 


3.564,409 

54,806,874 
203,812 


39,474 
636,504 


40,199 
236,568 


32'0 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


247 1>9 
















5,454.272 
1.258.345 


391,226 
8,000 


55,010,686 
7,392,892 


636,504 
80,162 


236,568 
37,708 


247 1>9 


CAPITAL 


12M • 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


4.789.268 
684.870 


230,747 
1,212 


24.952.446 
744.454 


358.051 
15,006 


189,668 
2,652 


212)1 






Total capital 


6.732.483 


239.959 


33,089,792 


453,219 


230,028 


22^)1 






Total 


13,476,873 


647,542 


91,664,887 


1,129,197 


506,795 


502m 














- 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


5.530.921 
151.162 


182,694 
4,873 


36,794,299 
476,135 


415,503 
6,807 


142,590 
3,275 


i(W 


Total revenue 


5,682,083 


187,567 


37,270,434 


422,310 


145,865 


i6:|5i 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


4,084,969 


136,316 


31,321,276 


339,392 


101,236 


llt(7' 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


353,132 
442.904 
165.220 
267,074 


24,604 
15.308 


1,691,933 

1,648,406 

113,447 

939,410 


17,097 
29,995 


12,073 
10,347 
2,725 
9,114 


1 91 


Administration 

Financial 


2 55 




8,918 


17.395 


1 7- 


Other 


















Total expense 


5,313,299 


185,146 


35,714,472 


403,879 


135,495 


16 •! 


Net Income or net expense 


368,784 


2,421 


1,555,962 


18,431 


10,370 


» '= 


Number of customers 


16,792 


900 


97,850 


1,967 


759 





Statements A and B 

S tements tor the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






113 


I tings 
73 


Havelock 
1,185 


Hawkesbury 
8.753 


Hearst 
3.379 


Hensall 
908 


Hespeler 
6,101 


Highgate 
410 


Holstein 
170 


Huntsville 
3,500 


$ 

1.894 
!.102 


$ 

152.589 
57.873 


$ 

1,024.942 
273.873 


$ 

410,187 
104,963 


$ 

172.300 
63.797 


$ 

878,639 
236.391 


$ 

51.459 
24.657 


$ 

14.592 
5.363 


$ 

490.471 
133.356 


[,792 
i.U3 


94.716 
32.740 


751.069 

395 
25.000 


305,224 
13,790 


108.503 
32,433 


642,248 

4.761 
40.000 


26.802 
4,751 


9.229 
4.963 


357.115 
20.510 




32.085 
1.537 


40,000 
8,123 


8,926 
1,564 


3.000 
5.453 




40.000 
8.931 


.973 
372 


12.244 

85 


61.803 
1.553 


245 
















'.458 


66,362 


37,724 
18,644 


61.913 


42,923 
24 


108.117 
630 


13.204 


5.208 


69.441 
8.148 












570 


5,524 


1,133 


139 


4,884 








4,659 










570 


5,524 
100,200 


19.777 
293,128 


139 
172.453 


4,908 
134.371 


630 
972,370 






12.807 
479.804 


;.438 


48.028 


19,075 


i.258 


266,802 


1,101,698 


539,729 


290,705 


1,723,365 


88,034 


33,512 


919,167 




1,500 

5,046 

515 


57,000 

52,462 

8,852 














1.276 
.987 


56.545 
6.410 


7,179 
468 


57.417 
8,701 


1.490 
276 


715 

75 


526 
1.705 


.263 
,438 


7,061 
100,200 


118.314 
293.128 


62,955 
172.453 


7,647 
134,371 


66,118 
972.370 


1.766 
48.028 


790 
19,075 


2.231 
479.804 




















.438 
,000 


100,200 
61,400 


293,128 
228,000 


172,453 
72,177 


134.371 
12,000 


972.370 
77.571 


48.028 
5.000 


19.075 
2.762 


479.804 
15.697 


.916 
.641 


97,404 
737 


435,574 
26.682 


231,183 
961 


135,591 
1.096 


586.816 
20.490 


33.240 


10.885 


421,435 










.557 


159.541 


690,256 


304,321 


148.687 


684.877 


38.240 


13.647 


437,132 


1,258 


266,802 


1,101,698 


539,729 


290,705 


1,723,365 


88,034 


33,512 


919,167 


^ 


















L 

.573 


58.437 
4.881 


640.960 
14.890 


302,148 
7,303 


94.689 
2.399 


606.801 
17.300 


29.356 
630 


8.238 
84 


260,410 
8.820 


,231 


63,318 


655,850 


309,451 


97,088 


624,101 


29,986 


8,322 


269,230 


,763 


40,871 


512.062 


230.896 


68.076 


477.565 


19.497 


7.711 


193,536 


359 
,725 
340 


2,861 
8.044 
1.605 
5.241 


28.235 
53.404 
21.295 
30.435 


20.721 

24.283 

1.020 

13.695 


4.969 
8.021 


31,644 
38.390 


2.543 
2.030 


444 
1.048 


20,325 
19.663 


588 


5.484 


25.381 


1.981 


483 


13.974 


_ 










1 






775 


58,622 


645,431 


290,615 


86,550 


572,980 


26,051 1 


9,686 


247,498 


456 


4,696 


10,419 


18,836 


10,538 


51,121 


3,935 


1,364 


21,732 



490 



2,793 



996 



399 



1,946 



178 



99 



1.394 



114 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities FinaijE 



Municipality 

Population 


Ingersoll 
7,388 


Iroquois 
1.201 


Jarvis 
932 


Kapuskasing 
12,512 


Kemptville 
2,307 


Ke-.-» 
12.|> 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

1,216,035 
379,833 


$ 

202,589 
72,033 


$ 

102,934 
33.396 


$ 

792,306 
181,173 


$ 
507,358 
83,674 


1,84 01 

47 57 






Net fixed assets 


836,202 

150 
45,000 


130,556 
14,826 


69,538 
31,470 


611,133 
5,213 


423.684 
28,417 


1.36 44 

2 82 
20) 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




36,000 

1,899 

670 






1,000 
27,355 


2 00 


Accounts receivable (net) 


13,020 
162 


2,380 
54 


11,438 
1,071 


8 47 


Other 


13 








Total current assets 


58,332 
54.426 


53,395 
197 


33,904 


17,722 
9,492 


56,772 
27,803 


15^ 


OTHER ASSETS 












2.245 


4,018 




5,528 


4,401 










Total other assets 


56.671 
1,101,196 


4,215 
95.287 




15,020 
281,698 


32,204 
247,888 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


88,539 


11 39 


Total 


2,052,401 


283,453 


191,981 


925,573 


760,548 


1,6, 


J'JS 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


10,772 

38,268 

6,914 






136,000 
16,519 
12,265 


153,500 

70,228 

2,692 


4. 


Current liabilities 


11,855 
1.733 


3,300 
798 


9 '63 


Other liabilities 


) ig; 






MA< 


Total liabilities 


55,954 
1.101,196 


13.588 
95.287 


4.098 
88,539 


164,784 
281,698 


226,420 
247,888 


5 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


lli3«.' 
















I3< 


Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


1.101,196 

189,028 


95.287 


88,539 
10.500 


281,698 
149,479 


247,888 
23.007 


1 
1. 


Sinking fund debentures 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


701,243 
4,980 


56,343 
118,235 


83,082 
5,762 


329.612 


257.334 
5,899 


78''74 








[1 

1 


Total capital 


895,251 


174,578 


99,344 


479,091 


286,240 


94 




Total 


2,052,401 


283,453 


191,981 


925,573 


760,548 


1,63 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


520,634 
23,553 


76.975 
3.050 


43,071 
1,910 


418,039 
10,251 


233,991 
19,732 


75 


Total revenue 


544,187 


80,025 


44,981 


428,290 


253,723 


83 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


343,972 


63.174 


27,399 


298,540 


155,753 


51 


Local generation 


M 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


54.774 
58.716 
11.425 
32.482 


4.581 
9,583 


2,745 
5.800 


29,806 
60,172 
19.811 
24.924 


19,288 
35,910 
18,054 
13,538 


1 


Depreciation 

Other 


5,960 


3,613 


1 


















Total expense 


501,369 


83,298 


39,557 


433,253 


242,543 


7: 


Net income or net expense 


42,818 


3y273 


5,424 


4,963 


11,180 


'■ 


i 


Number of customers 


2.657 


462 


344 


2.366 


984 







Statements A and B 

titements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



115 



lllaloe 
ation 
,782 


Kincardine 
2,866 


King City 
1.950 


Kingston 
56.530 


Kingsville 
3,872 


Kirkfield 
200 


Kitchener 
107.198 


Lakefield 
2,167 


Lambeth 
2.700 


$ 

'0,663 
18441 


$ 
429,988 
151.655 


$ 
177.951 
92,956 


9,238,626 
3.141.947 


$ 
476.492 
182.903 


$ 
34,624 
11,531 


$ 
19.790,375 
4,900,883 


$ 

368,384 
133.332 


$ 

253,421 
85.000 


r2.522 

4,394 
0,000 


278,333 
38.201 


84.995 

29,785 
40.000 


6.096,679 

483.367 
651,000 


293,589 
5,138 


23,093 
4,144 


14,889,492 

374,822 
700,000 


235,052 

20,560 

40,000 

21,000 

6,158 

110 


168.421 
53.006 


25,000 
15.599 


8.500 

5.392 

128 


7,000 
461 




1 1.316 


2,264 


302,694 
3.705 


929,139 
6,922 


2,739 


f 










5,710 


78.800 
15.953 


72.049 
130 


1.440.766 
299.999 


19.158 
1.228 


11,605 


2.010,883 
451,334 


87,828 
7,819 


55,745 








2 455 


7.298 


3.112 








62,837 


















2,455 


23.251 
393.561 


3,242 
68,283 


299.999 
4,809.689 


1.228 
330,971 




514,171 
10.723,454 


7,819 
196,641 




7,255 


19,505 


126,557 


7,942 


773,945 


228,569 


12,647,133 


644,946 


54,203 


28,138,000 


527,340 


350,723 


5,500 




82,300 

15,198 

1,429 


1.770.000 

334,013 

17.395 






2.045.000 
786,461 
323.151 




1,251 


2,760 
216 


16.710 
3.781 


22.424 
6,003 


24 
12 


12,784 
2,963 


10.409 
770 


8.476 

7.255 


20,491 
393,561 


98.927 
68,283 


2,121,408 
4,809.689 


28.427 
330.971 


36 
19.505 


3.154.612 
10.723.454 


15,747 
196,641 


12.430 
126.557 




















7,255 
4,500 


393,561 
60,000 


68.283 
28.369 


4,809,689 
1,300,185 


330.971 
33.500 


19,505 
5,766 


10,723.454 
2.982,244 


196,641 
33,500 


126.557 
31,249 


7.711 


294,418 
5.475 


32,476 
514 


4,350,912 
64.939 


219.673 
32.375 


28,896 


10,197.975 
1,079.715 


281.452 


165,975 
14,512 










1,211 


359,893 


61,359 


5,716,036 


285.548 


34.662 


14.259.934 


314.952 


211,736 


.942 


773,945 


228,569 


12,647,133 


644,946 


54,203 


28,138,000 


527,340 


350,723 
















!.313 


226,573 
9,390 


99,601 
11.980 


4,065,219 
201,312 


257.392 
1.916 


11,928 
689 


9,068.067 
61,791 


161.202 
7.993 


120.618 
9.729 


:,890 

s: - 


235,963 


111,581 


4,266,531 


259,308 


12,617 


9,129,858 


169,195 


130,347 


,979 


159,437 


82.274 


3,052,024 


192,873 


7.949 


6,541,245 


116,688 


89,338 


.819 
;:.788 
.650 


19.975 
18.562 


2,343 

11.438 

9,674 

7,308 


345,523 
422.265 
220,685 
273,841 


22,649 
27,346 


354 
794 


520,856 
599,657 
311.711 
471.300 


12.952 
10.842 


5,736 

13.850 

1.307 


,244 


13.587 


14,712 


1.274 


13.674 


8.717 


^ 


















,480 

='z- 


211,561 


113,037 


4,314,338 


257,580 


10,371 


8,444,769 


154,156 


118,948 


,590 


24,402 


1,456 


47,807 


1,728 


2,246 


685,089 


15,039 


11,399 


305 


1.528 


550 


19.521 


1,598 


118 


33.045 


853 


825 



116 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finai iaw 


Municipality 

Population 


Lanark 
936 


Lancaster 
569 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
1,480 


Latchford 
538 


Leamington 
9.711 


Lincy 
11,' 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
92,681 
25,242 


66.317 
20,013 


$ 
89.324 
40,812 


62,502 
18,965 


$ 

1.222,265 

363,649 


5 

1.857)5 , 
632.7 J 


Less accumulated depreciation 




Net fixed assets 


67,439 
2,804 


46,304 
10,788 


48,512 

3,968 
25,000 


43,537 
6,636 


858,616 

94,317 

10,000 

2,000 

15,199 


1.22518 1 

to , 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 


— long-term 


4,000 
2,222 


11,783 

1,277 

305 




( • 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


1,236 


860 
110 


1 ■ 












Total current assets 


9,026 
253 


24,153 


30,204 


7,606 


121,516 
37,660 


1!]10 ., 

23 )2 J 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 










Miscellaneous assets 




3,865 






22,204 


c!5 ; 










Total other assets 


253 
59,140 


3,865 
45,926 






59,864 
969,944 


3( (7 " 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


76,029 


14,362 


1,37J.8 


Total 


135,858 


120,248 


154,745 


65,505 


2,009,940 


2,65C 13 7 


LIABILITIES 










28,500 
58,817 
40,740 


42)0 


Current liabilities 


10,875 
388 


5,437 
391 


10,994 
5.299 


1.788 
503 


11111 


Other liabilities 


'I'S ' 






Total liabilities 


11,263 
59,140 


5,828 
45,926 


16,293 
76,029 


2,291 
14,362 


128,057 
969,944 


16) )6 ~ 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,37{ 18 ^ 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


59,140 
7,316 


45,926 
8,917 


76,029 
15,752 


14,362 
18,901 


969,944 
97,600 


1.37a8~ 
13i)0 

96VA 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


56,152 
1,987 


56,238 
3,339 


46,221 
450 


26,357 
3,594 


807,828 
6,511 




Total capital 


65,455 


68,494 


62,423 


48,852 


911,939 


l.lKlf- 

! 




Total 


135,858 


120,248 


154,745 


65,505 


2,009,940 


2,65<»^ 

Li..' 










1 1 ;^= 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


45,878 
1,411 


31,518 
1,700 


61,557 
2,750 


25,544 
269 


732,632 
8,805 


t 


Total revenue 


47,289 


33,218 


64,307 


25,813 


741,437 


'^% 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


34,933 


24,197 


51,050 


17,401 


553,238 


'tJ 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


3,279 
4,111 


3,895 
4,050 


6,724 
8,901 


1,394 

2,070 

1 

2,022 


40,829 

68,841 

3,791 

33,294 


9:» 

8{!st^ 




3,246 


2.035 


3,283 


Other 














.{^ 1 


Total expense 


45,569 


34,177 


69,958 


22,888 


699,993 


i,o6«ii<. 


Net income or net expense 


1,720 


959 


5,651 


2,925 


41,444 


~~^W 


Number of customers 


306 


224 


492 


169 


3,725 


i 



s 


Statements A and B 

tements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






117 




towel 
,512 


London 
212,986 


L'Orignal 
1.368 


Lucan 
1,123 


Lucknow 
1,038 


Lynden 
580 


Madoc 
1,353 


Magneta- 
wan 
197 


Markdale 
1.094 




$ 

5.888 
9.728 


$ 

35,985,028 
10,343,448 


$ 

174.806 
62.848 


$ 
159.230 
57.957 


$ 
129,743 
27,763 


$ 
59,345 
24,516 


$ 
276.810 
105.884 


$ 
40.454 
15,478 


$ 

134.457 
26.924 




6.160 

6.282 
3.083 
O.OOO 
6.147 


25,641,580 

866,331 
1,350,000 

253,275 

1.072,732 

32,892 


111,958 

11.593 
10.000 


101.273 
6.240 


101,980 

24.369 
2.000 

24.950 
8,204 


34,829 

3,504 

11,000 

5,000 

639 


170.926 
1,150 


24,976 
3,552 


107,533 

3,715 
10,000 








2,000 
309 






834 
770 


2.916 


2.992 


4,488 
538 




















?.512 
850 


3,575,230 
1,488,626 


23.197 


9.156 
99 


59.523 


20,143 


4.142 
12,102 


5,861 
395 


18.741 
405 














161 


115,143 


3.026 


972 


4.414 






489 


5,819 












1,011 
2,665 


1,603,769 
17,106,171 


3.026 
39.550 


1.071 
108,658 


4.414 
159.461 




12.102 
131.826 


884 
9,856 


6,224 




59,958 


105,029 


1, 


5,348 


47,926,750 

7.709,680 
1,840,187 
1,174,025 


177,731 


220,158 


325,378 


114,930 


318,996 


41,577 


237,527 


7.200 


4,000 

11.518 

594 
















1.620 


6,905 
676 


7.041 


2,062 
92 


17.402 
1.426 


830 


8,334 
616 












S.820 
2,665 


10,723,892 

17,106,171 
173.986 


16.112 
39.550 


7,581 
108,658 


7.041 
159.461 


2,154 
59,958 


18.828 
131,826 


830 
9,856 


8,950 
105,029 




















2,665 
5,634 

5,318 
1,911 


17,280,157 
5.770.972 


39,550 
24.000 


108.658 
11,214 


159.461 
17.614 


59,958 
4,495 


131,826 
14,000 


9,856 
24,000 


105,029 
6,370 




13.303,180 
848.549 


97,115 
954 


92,705 


141.262 


48,323 


154,342 


6,891 


117,178 


















5,863 


19.922.701 


122,069 


103,919 


158,876 


52,818 


168,342 


30,891 


123,548 




>,348 


47,926,750 


177,731 


220,158 


325,378 


114,930 


318,996 


41,577 


237,527 












1 






^216 
2,367 


15.680,222 
717.346 


67,835 
4,603 


73,539 
3,344 


70,984 
5.704 


29,451 
2,776 


94,945 
4,880 


12,039 
197 


78,111 
2,579 




,583 

1,510 

S,835 
),048 
2,725 
2,606 


16,397,568 


72,438 


76,883 


76,688 


32,227 


99,825 


12,236 


80,690 




10,534.446 


49,908 


50,425 


52.082 


24,191 


79.010 


8,133 


65,643 




903.792 
1.132.314 
1.167.870 
1,048,597 


5.784 
7.250 
2.300 
6.613 


7,559 
11,983 


4,097 
8,434 


2,010 
3,824 


4.736 
9.014 


2,257 
1,370 


3,017 

5.303 

111 




5,835 


3,441 


2.414 


10.529 


1,319 


4,294 


_ 


















% 


»,724 


14,787,019 


71,855 


75,802 


68,054 


32,439 


103,289 


13,079 


78,368 


■■ 


.859 


1,610,549 


583 


1,081 


8,634 


212 


3,464 


843 


2,322 




1,822 


67.079 


439 


414 


497 


185 ! 


625 


118 ! 


548 



118 



Municipal Electrical Service 







Mur 


licipal El 


ectrical Utilities Finaiiia. 


Municipality 

Population 


Markham 
10,068 


Marmora 
1,427 


Martintown 
380 


Massey 
1,229 


Maxville 
677 


McCt^ 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

1,107,821 

223,109 


$ 
168,518 
73,172 


$ 
43,375 
18,806 


$ 

127,444 
31,871 


$ 
111,790 
27,411 


10'i47 


Less accumulated depreciation 


4' 15 






Net fixed assets 


884,712 

98,821 
30,000 


95,346 
296 


24,569 
5,124 


95,573 
2,762 


84,379 

7,763 

15,000 

1,500 

3.066 

679 


6 32 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


2/00 


-long-term 

Accounts receivable (net) 


3,000 
738 




19,000 
5,000 




39,892 
4,872 


1,206 


.42 


Other 












" 


Total current assets 


173,585 
44,690 


4,034 
3,822 


6,330 


26,762 
1,389 


28,008 


3 6C 


OTHER ASSETS 














22,451 




1,635 


2,552 


2,037 


■ '■ 






" 


Total other assets 


67,141 
390,588 


3,822 
97,251 


1,635 
21,960 


3,941 
38,594 


2,037 
82,871 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


7<37 






Total 


1,516,026 


200,453 


54,494 


164,870 


197,295 


17I^W '^ 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


90,128 
116,105 

176,271 






13,600 
6.112 
2,943 




i 


Current liabilities 


7,308 
1,037 


156 
51 


4,270 
216 


77 ■ 


Other liabilities 


;58 _ 


Total liabilities 


382,504 
390,588 


8,345 
97,251 


207 
21,960 


22,655 
38,594 


4,486 
82,871 


;i5 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


7(37 


Other reserves 
















- 


Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


390,588 
102,690 


97,251 
15.092 


21,960 

5,347 


38,594 
31,400 


82,871 
13,642 


707 ' 

i:'w * 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


368,517 

271,727 


76,865 
2.900 


26,980 


72,221 


95,296 
1,000 


7: 55 - 








- 


Total capital 


742,934 


94,857 


32,327 


103,621 


109,938 


9]'47 ■ 






Total 


1,516,026 


200,453 


54,494 


164,870 


197,295 


mn [ 






1 






* 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


724,937 
22,333 


79,761 
2,463 


13,260 
1,099 


63,812 
1,833 


53,863 
1,975 


1 


Total revenue 


747,270 


82,224 


14,359 


65,645 


55,838 


5i» 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


567,393 


59,383 


9,736 


44,943 


43,592 


4:^ 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


42,509 
60,213 
34,289 
29,567 


8,611 
5,437 


1,555 
1,958 


5,114 
7,628 
3,890 
3,532 


3,298 
3,114 


11)4« 


Financial 


1 i 


Depreciation 


6,172 


1,498 


3,242 


: >' ■ 


Other 


















Total expense 


733,971 


79,603 


14,747 


65,107 


53,246 


* 


Net income or net expense 


13,299 


2,621 


388 


538 


2,592 


tp' 


Number of customers 


2,921 


545 


122 


402 


334 


)6 t 



Statements A and B 

Mtements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



119 



saford 

:,066 


Merlin 
650 


Merrickville 
841 


Midland 
11,007 


Mildmay 
990 


Millbrook 
906 


Milton 
5.832 


Milverton 
1.179 


Mississauga 
137,233 


$ 

36,453 
54.868 


$ 
127,645 
47,355 


$ 
103.769 
24,312 


$ 

1,289,073 

541,492 


$ 
88,991 
17,441 


$ 
111,441 
37.347 


$ 

1.173.968 

382.432 


$ 
172,644 
37,842 


$ 

32.508,788 

3,683,015 


11,585 

35,989 
14,000 

14,480 
287 


80,290 
1,751 


79.457 
8,003 


747,581 

4,147 
30,000 


71,550 
1,428 


74,094 

11,956 

25.000 

5.000 

1.245 


791,536 

35.715 
30.000 


134.802 
20.526 


28,825,773 

170,675 
215 000 


22,000 
867 




4.500 
1.859 




8,000 


4,063 


73,177 
757 


8.190 

87 


1.684 
102 


628,339 
245,802 












34,756 
20,712 


24,618 
192 


12,066 


108,081 
27.346 


7.787 

422 


43,201 


73,992 
1,844 


22,312 
220 


1,267,816 
727,652 








165,507 


5 185 






6.021 


2.592 


103 


1.794 




255,485 










'25,897 


192 
65,165 




33,367 
1,444.829 


3.014 
66,095 


103 

54,774 


3.638 
687.167 


220 
201,957 


1.148,644 


15,187 


47,940 


6,698.516 


117.425 


170,265 


139,463 


2,333,858 


148,446 


172,172 


1,556,333 


359,291 


37,940,749 


32,000 






245,000 
20,109 
18,755 






22,743 

69,136 

6,190 


4,200 
7,926 

788 


10,189.000 


•23,188 
7,607 


2,937 
320 


6,451 
1.264 


94 
745 


6,500 
984 


1,974,973 
569,448 


32,795 
15,187 


3.257 
65,165 


7,715 
47.940 


283.864 
1.444,829 


839 
66.095 


7,484 
54.774 


98,069 
687,167 


12,914 
201,957 


12,733,421 
6,698,516 


















15,187 
55.725 


65,165 
13,122 


47.940 
24.647 


1,444,829 
116.945 


66.095 
12.304 


54.774 
9,000 


687.167 
100.943 


201,957 
20,060 


6.698.516 

1.503,326 
165,507 


13,718 


88,552 
169 


55,736 
3.425 


488.220 


68.749 
459 


95,096 
5,818 


667.356 
2.798 


119,974 
4,386 


9,244,920 
7.595.059 






59,443 


101,843 


83.808 


605.165 


81,512 


109.914 


771.097 


144,420 


18.508.812 


17,425 


170,265 


139,463 


2,333,858 


148,446 


172,172 


1,556,333 


359,291 


37,940,749 




















43,404 

12,712 


41,472 
4,738 


52.964 
407 


882.391 
11.498 


47.432 
1.649 


46,284 
5.527 


541,640 
42,262 


91,617 
1.706 


13.928.036 

332.823 


56,116 


46,210 


53,371 


893,889 


49,081 


51,811 


583,902 


93,323 


14,260,859 


35,627 


28,069 


42.152 


689.202 


33,282 


33.001 


451.475 


59,774 


10.406,976 


18,864 
44,462 
13,445 


2,848 
9,203 


4.301 
3.942 
1,760 
3,089 


62.590 
41.075 
26.970 
40.292 


6.338 
5,560 


3.407 
4,890 


26.779 

61,900 

7,150 

35,798 


10,028 

11,863 

1.157 

4,632 


719,357 

670,214 

1,253,887 


15,729 


3,709 


2.904 


5,219 


772.768 




















58,127 


43,829 


55,244 


860,129 


48,084 


46,517 


583,102 


87,454 


13,823,202 


57,989 


2,381 


1,873 


33,760 


997 


5,294 


800 


5,869 


437,657 


■ 1.749 


292 


382 


3,830 


377 


362 


2.006 


524 


35,725 



120 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities 1 


nn2ii^f 


Municipality 

Population 


Mitchell 
2,452 


Moorefield 
300 


Morrisburg 
1.972 


Mount 

Brydges 

1,200 


Mount 
Forest 
2,946 


Nap, 
4,5 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

542,089 
130,191 


$ 
41.633 
16,352 


$ 
272,049 
85,961 


$ 
122,768 
24,639 


$ 
309,248 
100,519 


59JIS0 
21J:;7 


Less accumulated depreciation 




411,898 
1,653 


25.281 
10,315 


186,088 

25,363 

10,000 

8,000 

1,895 


98,129 

8,567 
15,000 


208,729 

29.492 

3.000 

12.000 

11,692 


38C)3 

58i6 
25<)0 ' 
22)8 
17117 ' 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 






1,000 
179 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


9,551 
434 


1,156 














Total current assets 


11,638 
16,257 


11.494 


45,258 
11.157 


24,723 


56.184 
5.908 


12213 
13.13 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 








2,417 






160 


1,448 












Total other assets 


18,674 
323,958 




11.157 
151,448 


160 
60,504 


7,356 
300.045 


13 13 


Equity in Ontario hydro 


44,172 


534.4 


Total 


766,168 


80,947 


393,951 


183,516 

8,900 

4.808 

823 


572,314 


1,050;.3 « 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


68,800 

19,647 

1,765 








2,461 


11,675 
2,542 


365 
3.060 


21 5 


Other liabilities 


10 9 








Total liabilities 


90,212 
323,958 


2,461 
44,172 


14,217 
151,448 


14,531 
60.504 


3,425 
300,045 


32 4 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


534 4 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


323,958 
50,309 


44.172 
4,500 


151.448 
31,636 


60,504 
10,125 


300.045 
21,627 


534 4 
70,0 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


297,394 
4,295 




29,814 


118,771 
77,879 


98,236 
120 


247.217 


412 1 
1 4 










Total capital 


351,998 


34,314 


228,286 


108,481 


268,844 


483 5 






Total 


766,168 


80,947 


393,951 


183,516 


572,314 


1,050 :• 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


213,534 
10,762 


27,047 
591 


138,547 
2,686 


54.366 
2.075 


200,083 
3,692 


315Jf 
19, !- 


Total revenue 


224,296 


27,638 


141,233 


56,441 


203,775 


334,4 ■ 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


157,098 


20,962 


102,173 


37.619 


155,010 


228,4 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


17,993 

26,795 

9,720 

15,223 


1,317 
1,463 


8,198 
14,073 


2.708 
4,690 
1,312 
3,803 


9,802 
16,228 


23,1 
46, > ; 


Financial 




Depreciation.. 


1,622 


7,788 


8.199 


20, > 


Other 


















Total expense 


226,829 


25,364 


132,232 


50,132 


189,239 


319,5 . 


Net income or net expense 


2,533 


2,274 


9,001 


6,309 


14,536 


14,) 



Number of customers.. 



[,063 



154 



839 



456 



l.i 



Statements A and B 

'■'1 *8itements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






121 




epean 

Pwp. 

0,639 


Neustadt 
587 


Newboro 
305 


Newburgh 
584 


Newbury 
297 


Newcastle 
1.877 


New 

Hamburg 

2,856 


Newmarket 
10.483 


Niagara 
Falls 
59.800 




$ 
16,104 
?8,091 


$ 
46,997 
24,712 


$ 
56,040 
16,597 


$ 
107.853 
43.166 


$ 
46,889 
15,184 


$ 
339,423 
102,297 


$ 
363.433 
57.631 


$ 

1.723,287 

444,712 


$ 
9,133,952 
2,276,152 


( 


28,013 

)1.855 


22.285 
2.196 


39.443 
975 


64.687 
14.664 


31,705 
2,248 


237,126 
15.139 


305,802 
4,925 


1.278.575 

101.333 
100,000 


6,857,800 

95.622 
650 000 


1 


3,000 

2,842 


2.000 
432 






4,000 
10,271 




63 000 


196.356 

7S ISO 


973 


415 
83 


9,257 
564 


34,023 
10,120 


71.094 
7 078 
















■3,370 


8,038 


3,407 


15,637 


2,746 
3 


29,410 


14,746 
186 


245,476 
6,487 


886,794 
300 722 


31,825 












S7 7«? 








170 


360 


10,542 


9,739 


66 579 


c 












r2,362 
^5,121 








173 

27,842 


360 
107,339 


10,728 
283,824 


16,226 
654,675 


367.301 


47.727 


11,035 


26,277 


5,020,434 


8,866 


78,050 


53,885 


106,601 


62,466 


374,235 


615,100 


2,194,952 


13,132,329 


wnnn 










36,000 
17,291 
51,535 


40,000 

21.821 

2,425 


309,827 

183,887 

12,208 


1 069,327 


12,775 
25.385 


2,010 
139 


1,451 

72 


2,373 
265 


1,665 


112,839 
203,830 


1:3 








2,160 
5,121 


2,149 

47,727 


1.523 
11.035 


2.638 
26,277 


1,665 
27,842 


104,826 
107,339 


64.246 
283.824 


505,922 
654,675 


1,385,996 
5,020,434 


















5,121 

16.000 
1.825 


47.727 
15,504 


11,035 
15,674 


26.277 
14.000 


27,842 
9.754 


107,339 
37.677 


283.824 
32.264 


654.675 
85.007 


5,020,434 
1.954,071 


76,105 
77.655 


12,670 


22.684 
2.969 


57.692 
5,994 


22,980 
225 


124,393 


210,566 
24,200 


760,325 
189,023 


4,253.407 
518,421 


■4 
■1 

;'2 










1,585 


28,174 


41,327 


77,686 


32,959 


162.070 


267,030 


1.034,355 


6.725,899 


8,866 


78,050 


53,885 


106,601 


62,466 


374,235 


615,100 


2,194,952 


13,132,329 
















1 


9,588 
5,199 


26.661 

587 


18.510 
526 


33,544 
1.646 


22,485 
105 


138,342 
7,683 


217,815 
5,718 


784,052 
30.383 


4,174,700 
65.645 


4,787 


27,248 


19,036 


35,190 


22,590 


146,025 


223,533 


814,435 


4,240,345 


4.211 


22.530 


12,267 


20.669 


15,779 


91,047 


156,046 


595.314 


2.598,320 


4.879 
4.735 
9.433 


723 
2,283 


1.533 
2.803 


1.626 
2.803 


1,110 
1,506 


6,874 
14,387 

9,030 
11.182 


15,688 

28.364 

7,390 

9.778 


57,148 
77.050 
18,778 
49.872 


419.658 
318,929 
161.373 


£53,643 


1,926 


1.914 


3.956 


1,507 


227,935 


> 'f- 




















6,901 
7,886 


27,462 


18,517 


29,054 


19,902 


132,520 


217,266 


798,162 3,726,215 


214 519 6,136 


2,688 


13,505 


6,267 


16,273 


514,130 



14,901 



232 



213 



156 I 



651 



1,030 



3,519 



18,455 



122 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities F 


1 
1 

i 

inan;M 


Municipality 

Population 


Niagara 
3,100 


Nipigon 
Twp. 
2,563 


North Bay 
45,258 


North York 
472,715 


Norwich 
1,742 


Norw 
1,16 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

444,315 
150,831 


$ 
313,251 
115,709 


$ 

7,050,467 
2,050,022 


$ 

55,162,090 
11,836,305 


$ 

148,360 
50,316 


$ 

177 ) 


Less accumulated depreciation 


81, 5 






Net fixed assets 


293,484 

21,381 
4.000 
4,000 
1.411 


197,542 
150 


5,000,445 
63,567 


43,325,785 

29,765 
3,825,000 

16,300 
1,454,263 

16,167 


98,044 
7,527 


95, 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


5,'! 


— long-term 


8,500 
3,261 


65,000 

133,079 

2,695 


7,500 
2,840 


"1 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 












Total current assets 


30,792 
14,643 


11.911 
1.075 


264,341 
83,254 


5,341,495 

1,023,823 

4,044,511 

214,230 


17,867 
3,060 


31,,; 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 






38 




41,318 




I,'' 










Total other assets 


14,681 
277,206 


1,075 
204,521 


124,572 
2,767,717 


5,282,564 
17,825,221 


3,060 
185,004 


1,1 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


86,(, 






Total 


616,163 


415,049 


8,157,075 


71,775,065 


303,975 


215,<;! 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


6.992 
12,292 
3,866 




1,402,690 
681,214 
172,257 


10,261,611 
3,912,016 
1,495,086 






13.803 
3,094 


6,119 
1,235 


12,' 






Total liabilities 


23,150 
277,206 


16,897 
204,521 


2,256,161 

2.767,717 
1.223 


15,668,713 
17,825,221 


7,354 
185,004 


13,' 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


86,( 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


277,206 
73.515 


204,521 
10,000 


2.768,940 
966,968 


17,825,221 

5,192,559 
4.044,511 

26,674,717 
2,369,344 


185,004 
13,756 


86,( 
55, 1 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


237,212 
5,080 


183,631 


2.026,496 
138,510 


97,861 


54,; 
4,f 










Total capital 


315,807 


193,631 


3,131.974 


38,281,131 


111,617 


114,; 






Total 


616,163 


415,049 


8,157,075 


71,775,065 


303,975 


215,(: 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


167,497 
8,651 


154,532 
10,099 


3,177,387 
168,351 


30,753,088 
1,384,717 


80,449 
4,078 


59.i^ 
5,( 


Total revenue 


176,148 


164,631 


3,345,738 


32,137,805 


84,527 


64,'i 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


112,939 


109,746 


2,230,098 


24,112,614 


58,475 


47, ( 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


20,396 

23,401 

2.568 

13.741 


15.912 
31.016 


280.166 
437,455 
186,865 
230,426 


1,476,486 
1,987,859 
1,226,951 
1,739,386 


13,783 
11,880 


5.: 

6.}; 








10,245 


4,198 


8,1 


Other 
















. 


Total expense 


173,045 


166,919 


3,365,010 


30,543,296 


88,336 


67,1 


Net income or net expense 


3,103 


2,288 


19,272 


1,594,509 


3,809 


1 2,'. 


Number of customers 


1.196 


812 


15,129 


127.688 


725 


1 



Statements A and B 

Icfitements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



123 



ikville 
7,393 


Oil 

Springs 

566 


Omemee 
776 


Orangeville 
7,703 


Orillia 
21,355 


Orono 
1.000 


Oshawa 
87,378 


Ottawa 
315,839 


Otterville 
800 


l:?7,799 
;'23,104 


$ 
94,124 
34,909 


$ 
121,452 
40,643 


$ 
879,388 
205,027 


$ 
7,597,154 
2,205,278 


$ 

150.508 
41,983 


$ 
15,162,488 
4.599,744 


$ 
51,952,189 
11,634,018 


$ 

112,136 
39,309 


i74,695 

1,845 
)0,000 


59,215 
17,596 


80,809 
12,327 


674,361 
56,477 


5,391,876 
500 


108,525 

6,402 
8,000 
2,500 
2,662 


10.562.744 
89,296 


40,318,171 
187,789 


72.827 
1,732 


110,130 


5,000 
496 
120 


5,500 
3,069 




66,725 

143,127 

20,000 


400,000 

744,761 

1,314 


200,000 

1,641,836 

205,533 




(57,954 
6,626 


8,695 


254 












t.6,55S 
46 816 


23,212 

229 




20,896 


65,172 
18,895 


230,352 
95,091 


19,564 
115 


1,235,371 
361.375 


2.235.158 
804,143 


1,986 
250 








50,384 






7,484 


25,874 


2.437 


61.064 
















77 200 


229 
91.539 




26,379 
495,857 


120,965 
600,327 


2,552 
60,069 


422.439 
8,870,823 


804,143 
18.279.289 


250 


06,075 


55,639 


63,474 


l#)4,525 


174,195 


157,344 


1,261,769 


6,343,520 


190,710 


21,091,377 


61,636,761 


138,537 


;)3,215 






174,500 

39,823 

2,846 


1,421,762 

328,429 

71,563 


25,300 
6.083 
2.261 


2.329.000 

937,691 

95,415 


771,000 
2,344,181 




; 73,861 

14,575 


1,814 
360 


3,623 
582 


5,055 
517 








01,651 
06,075 


2,174 
91,539 


4,205 
55,639 


217,169 

495,857 


1,821,754 

600.327 
66.725 


33.644 
60.069 


3,362,106 
8,870,823 


3,115,181 

18.279.289 

274,277 


5,572 
63,474 
















06,075 
13,610 


91,539 
16,721 


55,639 
12,000 


495,857 
53,094 


667.052 
2.605,738 


60,069 
17.455 


8,870,823 
871,622 


18.553.566 
9.119.698 


63,474 
4,500 


>)7,916 
:)5,273 


63,530 
231 


79,800 
5,700 


468,029 
27,620 


1.059.554 
189.422 


79,542 


7,168,780 
818.046 


25.089.199 
5.759,117 


64,991 








;r6,799 


80,482 


97,500 


548,743 


3.854,714 


96,997 


8,858,448 


39,968,014 


69,491 


U. 4,525 


174,195 


157,344 


1,261,769 


6,343,520 


190,710 


21,091,377 


61,636,761 


138,537 


~i 






■ ■ ■ 












' !0,634 
i9,141 


31,831 
974 


45,087 
2,761 


557,205 
16,953 


1,687,526 
32,485 


77,689 
1,760 


7,447,643 
413,956 


23,641.093 
785,548 


38,235 
1.125 


7)9,775 


32,805 


47,848 


574,158 


1,720,011 


79,449 


7,861,599 


24,426,641 


39,360 


'>7,482 


19,608 


28,750 


381,540 


779,583 
233,772 
136,111 
157.340 
188.047 
185.218 
10.000 


48,614 


5,510,451 


17,809,620 

380,207 

2,060,749 

1,201,352 

201,955 

1,390,666 

56,934 


25.785 


'56,855 
)2,951 
J0.852 


2,204 
6,146 


2,812 
4,666 


28,455 
52,610 
25.365 
28,219 


2,574 

10,908 

3,404 

4,169 


483,063 
671,214 
257,719 
506,884 


2,492 
3,687 


(4,053 


3,128 


4,730 


3,836 


_ 














'i2,193 

= 


31,086 


40,958 


516,189 


1,690,071 


69,669 


7,429,331 


23,101,483 


35,800 


7,582 


1,719 


6,890 57,969 


29,940 


9,780 


432,268 


1,325,158 


3,560 


6,722 

1 


258 


327 i 


2,637 


7,715 


415 


26,333 


101,675 


320 



124 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities FinanMI^^ 



Municipality 


Owen 
Sound 
17.789 


Paisley 
749 


Palmerston 
1,793 


Paris 
6,271 


ParkhiU 
1.119 


Parr 
Sour 
5.51 


Population 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 

2,742,408 
950,667 


$ 
113.404 
27,549 


$ 

335,050 
108,936 


$ 
824,793 
298,708 


$ 
196.006 
54.790 


$ 

1 357 ( 


Less accumulated depreciation 


465 






Net fixed assets 


1,791.741 
78,541 


85.855 

1,250 
5.000 
3.000 
1.830 


226,114 

8,963 
10,000 


526.085 

30.272 
35,000 


141.216 

17.856 
10.000 


892 ' 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


18,' 
50.( 
14 ' 






Accounts receivable (net) 


125,005 
1.685 


1.136 


7.611 
3.383 


3.517 


8.) 


Other 












Total current assets 


205.231 
35.488 


11.080 
489 


20.099 
746 


76.266 
1.118 


31.373 
2.007 


92 ' 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


21.! 


Miscellaneous assets 


840 


3.191 




11,099 


2,429 










Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


36.328 
2.022.085 


3.680 
86,077 


746 
243,753 


12.217 
677.140 


4,436 
149,720 


21. J 
239,^ 


Total 


4,055,385 


186,692 


490,712 


1,291,708 


326,745 


1,245,1 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






5,000 

10.231 

1,989 


43,108 
31.415 
17.071 




26,( 


Current liabilities 


101.774 
5.541 


4,061 
517 


8,101 
677 


26 i 


Other liabilities 


18.1, 




Total liabilities 


107.315 
2.022.085 


4.578 
86,077 


17,220 
243,753 


91.594 
677.140 


8.778 
149.720 


70 ( 


RESEPvVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


239.< 
2,.' 


















2.022.085 
208.372 


86.077 
13,623 


243,753 
37.000 


677.140 
156.499 


149.720 
29.907 


241,/ 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 


442. f 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


1.713.452 
4.161 


82.392 
22 


164,715 
28,024 


356.796 
9.679 


138.340 


483 ,( 
7,i 








Total capital 


1.925.985 


96,037 


229,739 


522,974 


168.247 


933 .f 






Total 


4,055,385 


186,692 


490,712 


1,291,708 


326,745 


l,245,i; 








1 




i 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1.420.501 
66.117 


46,837 
767 


124,809 
1,123 


389.979 
11,194 


96.675 
4.620 


414,S 
32.1 


Total revenue 


1,486,618 


47,604 


125,932 


401,173 


101,295 


447,1 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1.051,362 


37.159 


82,676 


287,052 


62.581 


250,3 


Local generation 


39,3 


Operation and maintenance 


107.827 

146.484 

604 

93.201 


1.248 
7,579 


9,172 

15.187 

1.352 

9,483 


33,186 

38,319 

9,124 

24.723 


6.659 

15.093 

352 

6.990 


55,1 


Administration 


52,5 


Financial 


6.3 


Depreciation 


3,058 


42.8 


Other 
















_ 


Total expense 


1,399,478 


49,044 


117,870 


392,404 


91,675 


446,5 






Net income or net expense 


87,140 


1,440 


8,062 


8,769 


9,620 


5 


Number of customers 


6.480 


358 


741 


2,354 


527 


2,2 




i, 



Statements A and B 

Sttements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



125 



p broke 
299 


Penetang- 

uishene 

5,344 


Perth 
5,503 


Peter- 
borough 
55.997 


Petrolia 
4.008 


Pickering 
2,185 


Picton 
4,676 


Plantagenet 
888 


Plattsville 
560 


$ 
3.1.195 
l,lt.234 


$ 
486.644 
200,792 


$ 
906.884 
299.361 


$ 

11,470.712 

4,360,579 


$ 
584,137 
199.607 


$ 
263.798 
76.736 


$ 
752.492 
262.533 


121.834 
39,199 


$ 

76.641 
20,450 


1,',961 

el,342 
Ii5,000 

1,844 


285,852 
100 


607,523 
13,594 


7.110.133 
92.221 


384.530 
65,653 


187.062 
3.867 


489.959 
27,919 


82.635 
20,092 


56,191 

5,359 
18,000 


10.000 

12.447 


10.000 
4.896 




15.000 

12,263 

1.643 








2,500 


365.982 
27.928 


6,415 


8.644 
2.118 


1.717 


486 














;.i86 

},667 


22,547 
1,807 


28.490 
17.458 


486.131 

84.874 


94,559 
25.253 


10.282 
206 


38,681 
19,141 


21,809 


26.345 
71 


5.946 










29.806 


13,876 


1.648 


14.182 


1.453 










1.613 
?,243 


1,807 
425,143 


17,458 
668,687 


114,680 
5,433.411 


39.129 
481,800 


1.854 
57,484 


33.323 
590,550 


1.453 
35.947 


71 
92,349 


3,|«,003 


735,349 


1,322,158 


13,144,355 


1,000,018 


256,682 


1,152,513 


141,844 


174,956 


1,3,000 






1,786.800 

441,941 

12,623 




38.000 

41.626 

2,149 


41,000 

24,382 
10,945 


44.500 
8,499 
1.006 




2.751 
),087 


25,501 
3,215 


29,504 
90 


35.962 
5,746 


4.298 






2,1,838 
^,243 


28.716 
425,143 


29.594 
668.687 


2,241,364 
5,433.411 


41.708 
481,800 


81,775 
57,484 


76,327 
590,550 


54,005 
35.947 


4,298 
92,349 


















B,243 
7.000 

S,797 
'9,719 


425,143 
36,983 


668,687 
85,045 


5.433.411 
1.850,811 


481,800 
50.000 


57,484 
34,309 


590,550 
72,182 


35,947 
10,500 


92.349 
5.237 


244.507 


516,948 
21.884 


3.274.543 
344.226 


426.510 


76.326 
6,788 


413.454 


39.826 
1.566 


73.072 












'8.922 


281.490 


623,877 


5,469.580 


476,510 


117.423 


485,636 


51.892 


78,309 


2,2,003 


735,349 


1,322,158 


13,144,355 


1,000,018 


256,682 


1,152,513 


141,844 


174,956 


I'll 










115,130 
i0,952 


292,231 

4.712 


418.887 
4,107 


4.919.427 
225,094 


274.169 
10.948 


110,583 
5.465 


330,204 
9,699 


65,255 
4,007 


52,034 
1,901 


1,6,082 


296,943 


422,994 


5,144,521 


285,117 


116,048 


339,903 


69,262 


53,935 


3,313 
4.910 
'7.148 
0.346 
6,718 
'6.138 


221,261 


312,264 


3,410.240 


158,796 


79,716 


232,038 


50.108 


49,195 


23.120 
22.464 


23.910 
36,195 


467.490 
468.046 
284.297 
398.942 


39.829 
56.033 


9.444 

12,795 

6.318 

8.755 


29,395 

32,790 

4,356 

22,272 


2.561 
6.094 
4.938 
3,929 


1.315 

1.965 

35 


15.158 


26.081 


14,520 


2,592 


















18,573 


282,003 


398,450 


5,029,015 


269,178 


117,028 


320,851 


67,630 


55,102 


7,509 


14,940 


24,544 


115,506 


15,939 


980 


19,052 


1,632 


1,167 


5.135 

i 


1,658 


2,209 


18.728 


1.498 


730 


1.928 


267 


213 



126 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Finar^ 



Municipality 


Point 

Edward 

2,767 


Port 

Burwell 

667 


Port 

Colborne 

18,500 


Port Credit 
9,052 


Port Dover 
3,309 


Port ] It 

2,51 , 


Population 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
351,092 
122,907 


$ 
127,466 
55,171 


$ 

2,234,050 

625,469 


$ 

1,647,447 

360,820 


$ 
492,230 
189,203 


487 4 
105 3 








228,185 

68,192 
15,000 


72,295 
3,998 


1,608,581 

41,935 
15,000 
9,000 
8,925 


1,286,627 
150 


303,027 

40,999 
30,000 


382 1 
3 6 

10 3 
1 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

TnvPQtmpnf t; — "^Vinrt-tprm 






13,500 

58,504 

868 




5,296 
41 


786 


4,693 


Other 












88,529 
755 


4,784 
176 


74,860 
29,749 


73,022 
23,334 


75,692 
894 


13 3 
15 
5) 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


15,283 


953 


16,501 


6,998 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


16,038 
679,817 


1,129 
36,740 


46,250 
1,200,268 


30,332 
1,123,393 


894 
291,114 


7, '5 
221, 'I ' 


Total 


1,012,569 


114,948 


2,929,959 


2,513,374 


670,727 


625,') 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




13,000 
3,428 
1.507 


272,280 
85,116 
33,894 


245,500 

144,077 

20,524 


31,370 

19,091 

6,463 




Current liabilities 


34,343 
2,616 


37, ) 


Other liabilities 






- 


Total liabilities 


36,959 
679,817 


17,935 
36,740 


391,290 
1,200,268 


410,101 
1,123,393 


56,924 
291,114 


37, i 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


"'i 














w- 


Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 


679,817 
17,000 


36,740 
27,000 


1,200,268 
343,380 


1,123,393 
124,632 


291,114 
77,157 


22lj 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


278,793 


23,918 
9.355 


974,416 
20,605 


849,162 
6,086 


229,013 
16,519 


326,1 
2,i| 








295,793 


60,273 


1,338.401 


979,880 


322,689 


366.>. 




Total 


1,012,569 


114,948 


2,929,959 


2,513,374 


670,727 


625,:' 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


401,216 

9,283 


38,390 
946 


1,093,201 
16,207 


1,271,987 
27,160 


200,137 
8,948 


239 ,»' 

7,:' 




Total revenue 


410,499 


39,336 


1,109,408 


1,299,147 


209,085 


246,*' 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


355,326 


17,458 


759,643 


1,047,614 


127,018 


167.i' '^ 


Local generation .. . . 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


11,263 
34,409 


11,936 
5,953 
2,917 
4,061 


113,809 
135,622 
31,714 
63,184 


46,530 
81,232 
30,718 
45,755 


35,256 

27,142 

5,961 

17,779 


2U\ '■■- 
26,(' ^ 


Financial 


Depreciation 


10,823 


11,/ 


Other 














_, 


Total expense 


411,821 


42,325 


1,103,972 


1,251,849 


213,156 


227,3 -* 




^J. 


Net income or net expense 


1,322 


2,989 


5,436 


47,298 


4,071 


19,6' 


Number of customers 


928 


424 


5,668 


2,882 


1,589 


1.3 



Statements A and B 

itements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



127 



p, Hope 
820 


Port 

McNicoll 

1,391 


Port Perry 
2.910 


Port Rowan 
842 


Port Stanley 
1,482 


Prescott 
4,902 


Preston 
15,612 


Price ville 
130 


Princeton 
430 


$ 
1,5,695 
>.617 


$ 
150,440 
40,183 


$ 
362.459 
96,592 


$ 
111.751 
32.868 


$ 
259,302 
127.809 


$ 
585,606 

253,785 


$ 

2.349.888 

712.238 


24.673 
9.142 


$ 
50.481 
17,240 


3,078 
3,572 


110,257 
514 


265.867 
14.726 


78,883 
7,159 


131.493 
11.115 


331,821 
23,028 


1,637,650 

95.824 
25.000 


15.531 
4,659 


33.241 

5.437 
3.000 


25,850 

9,553 

127 


7,000 
6,482 






20,000 

9,502 

207 


3.000 
973 


1,803 


945 


13,648 


21.199 
2.673 


843 














^,375 
7,751 


36,044 
231 


28,208 


8.104 
153 


24.763 
441 


52,737 
12.495 


144,696 
40.346 


8.632 


9.280 








1,927 


1 


110 




767 






1.132 










7,751 
1,2,744 


2.158 
129,838 


1 
210,236 


263 

57,874 


441 
238.680 


13.262 
509.729 


40.346 
1.607.089 




1.132 


8.435 


59,007 


8,1,948 


278,297 


504,312 


145,124 


395,377 


907,549 


3,429,781 


32,598 


102,660 






76,000 

20,930 

5,323 


4,000 

3,199 

596 






23.120 

85.972 
32,584 






1,045 
2,509 


22,473 
1,267 


7,350 
1,585 


29.023 
4.941 


804 


2.398 
800 








3,554 

1 2,744 


23,740 
129.838 


102,253 
210,236 


7,795 
57,874 


8,935 
238,680 


33,964 
509,729 


141,676 
1,607,089 


804 
8,435 


3,198 
59,007 


















1 2.744 
4,000 

2,795 
1,855 


129.838 
9,803 


210,236 
28.882 


57.874 
14.000 


238.680 
18.950 


509.729 
23.981 


1,607,089 
453,163 


8.435 
12,166 


59.007 
5.995 


114,916 


161.025 
1.916 


65.417 
38 


125.832 
2,980 


324.621 
15.254 


1,171,836 
56.017 


10.855 
338 


34.411 
49 






8,650 


124,719 


191.823 


79,455 


147,762 


363.856 


1.681.016 


23.359 


40.455 


!. 4.948 


278,297 


504,312 


145,124 


395,377 


907,549 


3,429,781 


32,598 


102,660 


















9,903 
0,840 


89,800 
2,942 


194.103 
8.060 


41,992 
1,566 


117,453 
3.246 


288.146 
19.846 


1.166.158 
29.826 


7.061 
401 


23.381 
1.266 


0,743 


92,742 


202,163 


43,558 


120,699 


307,992 


1,195,984 


7,462 


24,647 


5,307 

;8,977 
.3,646 

■9,079 


76,021 


139,244 


26,335 


72.718 


237.159 


875.342 


4.783 


20,759 


6.056 

8.754 


13.217 

21.100 

8,112 

12,144 


5,913 

5.681 

960 

3.559 


21,234 
18,110 


17,251 
29.600 


81.906 
80.627 
18.828 
71.087 


352 
891 
130 
841 


549 
2.254 


4.541 


8,650 


23,748 


1.884 




















,7,009 


95,372 


193,817 


42,448 


120,712 


307,758 


1,127,790 


6,997 


25,446 


3,734 


2,630 


8,346 


1,110 


13 


234 


68,194 


465 


799 


3.056 


647 


1,083 


390 


1,124 


1,902 


4.728 


84 


196 



128 



Municipal Electrical Service ' 

Municipal Electrical Utilities FinarJa)!!^ 

















Municipality 

Population 


Queenston 
560 


Rainy River 
1,112 


Red Rock 
1,866 


Renfrew 
8,904 


Richmond 
2,041 


Richrx ' 

Hi 

20.1, 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
61,336 
22,931 


$ 
154,630 
81.319 


141,060 
43,205 


$ 

1,998,929 

645,325 


$ 
231,844 
43,008 


2.279i:0 
731^;? • 


Less accumulated depreciation 




Net fixed assets 


38,405 
5,060 


73,311 

7.710 
20.000 


97,855 

5,909 
12,000 


1,353,604 
83,784 


188,836 


1.547J.3 ■ 

6114 
125 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 






— long-term 


8,000 
253 


6,675 
9,002 
3,280 




Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


2,614 
259 


968 


4,060 


79 j 8 










'■■ 


Total current assets 


13.313 


30.583 
1.513 


18.877 


102,741 
23,490 


4,060 


266^1 I 
34 6 ' 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 






1,768 
406 




Miscellaneous assets 








6,285 


5 1 '' 












Total other assets 




1.513 
42.715 




29,775 
411,054 


2,174 
73,725 


40i7 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


53,503 


87,817 


886:9 


Total 


105,221 


148,122 


204,549 


1,897,174 


268,795 


2,740)1 .J 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 








159,368 
40,070 
27,091 


63,100 

4,664 

647 


305 6 :,( 
135 8 ^ 


Current liabilities 


2,336 
243 


5.565 
432 


5,287 
495 


Other liabilities 


16 8 






Total liabilities 


2,579 
53.503 


5.997 
42.715 


5,782 
87.817 


226,529 
411,054 


68,411 
73.725 


457.2 s 
886 9 8 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 


53,503 
9.500 


42.715 
26.087 


87,817 
29,367 


411.054 
736,869 


73.725 

21,787 
1,768 

98,789 
4,315 


8869 
407,9 , 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


39,330 
309 


73.323 


72,515 
9,068 


519.804 
2.918 


949,8 ^ 
39.3 - 








Total capital 


49.139 


99.410 


110,950 


1.259.591 


126.659 


1,396„3 i 






Total 


105,221 


148,122 


204,549 


1,897,174 


268,795 


2,740,!l|j) 




1 1 






■ = 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


24.418 
1.411 


82,480 
2,249 


67,097 
2,147 


519.260 
5.470 


114.486 
1.776 


1,197.|> ^ 

58.) ; 


Total revenue 


25,829 


84,729 


69,244 


524,730 


116,262 


1,256,*. r 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


21,966 


56,078 


50,737 


323.066 
43.766 
34.486 
53,739 
20,097 
50,475 


93,052 


949,! J 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1,778 
1.759 


10,915 
14,400 


3,712 
6,019 


3,183 
4,844 
8,345 
6,433 


40. < i 

108.' : 


Financial 


60.} : 


Depreciation 


2,464 


5,579 


4,721 


80.! ■; 


Other 


















Total expense 


27,967 


86,972 


65,189 


525,629 


115,857 


1,239, K; 




Net income or net expense 


2,138 


2,243 


4,055 


899 


405 


4 


Number of customers 


203 


430 


385 


3,104 


625 


^■'^ 



Statements A and B 

Sitements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



129 



] getown 
,842 


Ripley 
436 


Rockland 
3.499 


Rockwood 
1.000 


Rodney 
1,064 


Rosseau 
237 


Russell 
605 


St. 

Catharines 

104,969 


St. Clair 
Beach 
1,939 


$ 

.9,237 
)3,332 


$ 
61,137 
17,071 


$ 
257,026 
70.189 


$ 

111.756 
23.451 


$ 
100,908 
40.646 


$ 
36,573 
9,921 


$ 
90,907 
22,703 


$ 
15,523,816 
3,464,049 


$ 
149.739 
56,041 


5,905 
6.528 


44,066 

12,486 
6,000 
8,000 
1,503 


186,837 

12,535 
6,000 


88,305 

9,349 
5,000 


60.262 
26.997 


26,652 

911 
1,000 
1,500 
2,803 

218 


68,204 
1.831 


12,059.767 

357,675 
50,000 


93,698 

10,483 
20,000 








6,067 
5,296 


5,442 


1,299 


2.925 
30 


1,198 
200 


779,209 
278 


5,119 












7,891 
2,823 


27,989 


23,977 
1,041 


15,648 


29,952 
284 


6.432 


3,229 


1,187,162 
359,619 


35,602 














2,838 


1.184 


2.184 


845 




780 


210 


32,204 


841 






5,661 
'3,405 


1,184 
62,660 


3,225 
96,729 


845 
74,669 


284 
95,346 


780 
26,420 


210 
50,174 


391,823 
11,273,331 


841 
80,964 


2,862 


135,899 


310,768 


179,467 


185,844 


60,284 


121,817 


24,912,083 


211,105 


[2,516 
7,259 
3,033 




31,500 

16,170 

9,120 


11,121 

5,746 

721 








2,074,000 
963,824 
196,398 




3,235 
369 


5,418 
1,341 


431 


5,854 
234 


8,846 
423 






.2,808 
•3,405 


3,604 
62,660 


56.790 
96.729 


17,588 
74,669 


6,759 
95.346 


431 
26.420 


6,088 
50,174 


3.234,222 
11.273,331 


9,269 
80,964 




















'3,405 

i9,376 

■4,694 
2,579 


62,660 

12,744 


96,729 
23,500 


74,669 
11,208 


95,346 
8,500 


26.420 
11,933 


50,174 
8,808 


11,273,331 
576,696 


80,964 
17.694 


56,891 


132,798 
951 


64,925 
11,077 


75,239 


21.500 


53,352 
3,395 


9,321,670 
506,164 


101,746 
1,432 










'6,649 


69,635 


157,249 


87,210 


83,739 


33,433 


65,555 


10,404,530 


120,872 


2,862 


135,899 


310,768 


179,467 


185,844 


60,284 


121,817 


24,912,083 


211,105 




















i9,028 
2.569 


30,234 
1,300 


148,426 
4,610 


54,046 
1,854 


51,463 
1.927 


15,488 
431 


39,315 
460 


9.226,769 
153,390 


99,007 
2,680 


»1,597 


31,534 


153,036 


55,900 


53,390 


15,919 


39,775 


9,380,159 


101,687 





26,361 


112,146 


37.258 


37.876 


12,259 


33,309 


7,160,692 


81,881 


16.028 
H.132 
j 5.220 
|l.312 

I: 


1,964 
2,612 


10,C83 
8,929 
4,639 
8,410 


1,732 
6.265 
2,081 
3,397 


4,768 
6.176 


1,415 
1,045 


928 

2,578 


570,095 
580,666 
223,880 
392,852 


5,019 
8,113 


1,876 


3.508 


1,143 


2,789 


5,072 


1- 


















'2,897 
^1,300 


32,813 


144,207 


50,733 


52,328 


15,862 


39,604 


8,928,185 


100,085 


1,279 


8,829 


5,167 


1,062 


57 


171 


451,974 


1,602 



235 



1,012 



338 



458 



144 



550 



130 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finaiial!) 



Municipality 

Population 


St. George 
975 


St. Jacobs 
930 


St. Mary's 
4,495 


St. Thomas 
24,418 


Sand\^ 
Wes 
10,8( 


r 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
97,266 
27,921 


$ 

96.022 
24.410 


$ 
731.580 
252.316 


$ 
3,444.415 
1.187.946 


$ 

1 028 




326, J .. 




Net fixed assets 


69,345 
15,593 


71.612 
52.278 


479.264 

75.460 
25.000 
32.500 
10.835 
338 


2,256.469 

6.793 
50.000 
35,000 

188,528 
5,091 


701 J 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


6. 


I - 






2.000 
2.439 




• « 


Accounts receivable (net) 


251 


45. 




Other 














Total current assets 


15,844 
45 


56,717 


144.133 
12.956 


285.412 
108.234 


52 


1 


OTHER ASSETS 


5,'t 








— ' 


Miscellaneous assets 






51.039 


581 


10,. 








Total other assets 


45 
89,385 




63.995 
1.032.580 


108,815 
2.938,952 


16 • 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


113.929 


251,.. . 


Total 


174,619 


242,258 


1,719,972 


5,589,648 


1,022, t ; 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


7.700 

4,834 

400 




2.000 
3,084 
2,520 


135.000 
129.819 
67,508 


181, 




5.258 
90 


66,0 ' 


Other liabilities 


119,< 






'1 


Total liabilities 


12,934 
89,385 


5.348 
113,929 


7.604 
1.032.580 


332,327 
2,938,952 


367,: 
251,' 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


89,385 
8,300 


113.929 
6,000 


1,032.580 
188,207 


2,938,952 
203,468 


251,^ 
155,< 








Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


63,674 
326 


116,981 


491,476 
105 


2,110,662 
4,239 


221,( 
26,.' 










— 


Total capital 


72,300 


122,981 


679,788 


2,318,369 


403, f 




Total 


174,619 


242,258 


1,719,972 


5,589,648 


1,022,1 














*~-. 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


56,370 
1,441 


71,235 

2,887 


294,629 
18,342 


1,961,316 
13,959 


503,2 
19,1 


,; 


Total revenue 


57,811 


74,122 


312,971 


1,975,275 


522,3 


«-' 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


41.383 


54,534 


205,804 


1,328.144 


365.1 


t 


Local generation 


Ik 


Operation and maintenance 


3.219 
4.581 
1.406 
3,002 


3,490 
3,898 


22.592 

35,926 

2,147 

20,315 


277,501 

134,665 

16,879 

97,199 


39.5 


E 


Administration 


58.aft 


Financial 


31,4A 


Depreciation 


2,910 


29.2PE 


Other 


r 


1 














Total expense 


53,591 


64,832 


286,784 


1,854,388 


523,7 






V 


Net income or net expense 


4,220 


9,290 


26,187 120,887 | i,5 


f- 


Number of customers | 


339 286 1.836 8.896 i 3,2 


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1 



Statements A and B 

jatements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






131 


lamia 
6,750 


Scarborough 
312.284 


Schreiber 
Twp. 
2.109 


Seaforth 
1.970 


Shelburne 
1,542 


Simcoe 
10,359 


Sioux 

Lookout 

2,416 


Smiths 
Falls 
9,383 


Southamp- 
ton 
1.767 


$ 
44,236 
55.327 


$ 
37,760,014 
10,416,966 


$ 

229,500 

82,748 


$ 
422.943 
120.818 


$ 
250,512 
84,304 


$ 

1,616,987 

469,298 


$ 
364,996 
122,498 


$ 

1,443.942 

494,196 


$ 

400.685 
102.230 


88,909 

59,271 
75.000 
.97.432 
'99.525 
8.363 


27,343,048 

183,984 

2,650,000 

25,000 

2,197,016 

4,551 


146.752 

15,458 

15,000 

5,000 

2,711 

175 


302.125 
10,402 


166,208 

275 


1,147,689 


242,498 

110 
75,000 


949.746 
126,205 


298.455 
23.950 






9.000 

12.535 

140 










22.547 


235,578 
963 


813 


15,594 


1,865 










39,591 

94,522 


5,060,551 

630,895 

3,430,742 

652.014 


38,344 
1,440 


32.077 
233 


22,822 
5,939 


236,541 
1.286 


75.923 
11,010 


141,799 
39,181 


25,815 
9,031 


36,703 




443 


8.644 


8.959 
















31,225 
Ql,503 


4,713.651 
13.050.748 


1,440 
125,851 


676 
309,079 


14,583 
157,335 


10.245 
1.138,159 


11.010 

227,753 


39,181 
1,088.885 


9,031 
199,241 


1>S1,228 


50,167,998 


312,387 


643,957 


360,948 


2,532,634 


557,184 


2,219,611 


532,542 


03,600 
21,837 
76,437 


8,673,190 
3,078,383 
1,133,474 




2,800 

19.078 

3.119 




416.000 
18.391 
28,421 








9,283 


16,199 
31,154 


16.875 
5,859 


50.407 


12,231 
793 








31,874 
Dl,503 


12,885.047 
13.050.748 


9,283 
125,851 


24,997 
309,079 


47,353 
157,335 


462,812 
1,138,159 


22,734 
227,753 


50,407 
1,088,885 


13,024 
199,241 


















31,503 
37,913 


13.050,748 

4,670,041 
3,430,742 

14,647,596 
1,483.824 


125,851 
50,000 


309.079 
71,640 


157.335 
16,991 


1,138,159 
89,435 


227,753 


1,088,885 
147,662 


199,241 
42,523 






53,619 
>6.319 


127,253 


237,741 
500 


138.544 
725 


825.031 
17.197 


306,697 


932,657 


275,223 
2,531 










^7,851 


24.232.203 


177,253 


309,881 


156.260 


931,663 


306,697 


1,080,319 


320,277 


K .1,228 


50,167,998 


312,387 


643,957 


360,948 


2,532,634 


557,184 


2,219,611 


532,542 












1 






L 

1)7,203 


19.693,182 
1,200.479 


114.591 
2,628 


174,005 
5,695 


112.819 
5.498 


1,020,500 
23,481 


175,699 
8,347 


750.533 
16,299 


175,506 
7,085 




20,893,661 


117,219 


179,700 


118,317 


1,043,981 


184,046 


766,832 


182,591 


15.095.305 


89.317 


109.648 


86.239 


699,362 


126,466 


557.176 


126,206 


1.233,389 
1.414,727 
1,097.997 
1.163.371 


7,723 
17,274 


21,822 

19.184 

2.918 

12.769 


4,024 

12,435 

588 

8,892 


83,595 
80,109 
33,341 
46,598 


26.919 
31.166 


53,547 
63,678 


22,675 
14,697 


m' 


7.088 


10,272 


43,145 


11,221 


It 


















I4.295 


20,004,789 


121,402 


166,341 


112,178 


943,005 


194,823 


717,546 


174,799 


I3.496 


888,872 


4,183 


13,359 


6,139 


100,976 


10,777 


49,286 


7,792 


|l7.100 


86.467 


692 


886 


768 


4,053 


976 


3.689 


1.431 



132 



Municipal Electrical Service 







Municipal Electrical Utilities FinarjB^ 


Municipality 

Population 


South Grimsby 
Twp. 
2,900 


South River 
969 


Springfield 
521 


Stayner 
1,911 


Stirli. ^ 
1.47 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
129,894 
40,837 


$ 
185,086 
62.646 


$ 
66.972 
23,396 


$ 
263.002 
51.651 


$ 

199,;, 




67.! 




.- 




89,057 
4,873 


122,440 

8,220 
2,000 


43.576 
6.989 


211.351 
25 


131,; 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


11,; 




3,000 
586 








Accounts receivable (net) 


8,624 
154 


765 


16.722 




OtVi&r 


J ] 










. 


Total current assets 


8,459 


18.998 


7.754 


16.747 
609 


13,j 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 














13.243 




















.... 


13.243 
22.030 




609 
151.870 


; 




75.452 


48.218 


125,- 






Total 


172,968 


176,711 


99,548 


380,577 


270,'i - 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 




61.500 
9.494 
2.178 




25,000 

25.764 

1.471 


1,'/ 


4.759 
815 


2,340 
360 


7.1 


Other liabilities 


1.5 


Total liabilities 


5,574 
75,452 


73.172 
22.030 


2,700 
48.218 


52,235 
151,870 


10.8 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


125.3, 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


75,452 
15,000 


22.030 
28.500 


48.218 
9.500 


151,870 
9,557 


125.3, 
21.2, 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


75,108 
1,834 


52,649 
360 


39.130 


163,139 
3,776 


113.0 
2 






. 




91.942 


81,509 


48.630 


176,472 


134,5. . 






Total 


172,968 


176,711 


99,54« 


380,577 


270,7i ^ 








1 




B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


60,220 

2,977 


73,461 
1,138 


24.694 
462 


118,491 
4.499 


j: 

3,8. . 


Total revenue 


63,197 


74,599 


25,156 


122,990 


89,7 i , 

— := 


EXPENSE 


37,941 


41,034 


15.033 


88.815 


69,0 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


5,458 
14,556 


5,500 
6.689 
7,772 
5.095 


2.529 
1.559 


8.711 
8.817 


6,2' 5 
10,7. i 




6' . 


Depreciation 


4,119 


2,210 


7.752 


7.1* 


Other 














— 


Total expense 


62,074 


66,090 


21,331 


114,095 


93,9 ,, 


Net income or net expense 


1,123 


8,509 


3,825 


8,895 


4,1- 7 


Number of customers 


442 1 358 


1«« S73 


5" . 




il 



Statements A and B 

^ gftements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



133 





)ney 
■eek 
193 


Stouffville 
4,394 


Stratford 
22,890 


Strathroy 
6,376 


Streetsville 
6,215 


Sturgeon 
Falls 
6,524 


Sudbury 
90,543 


Sunderland 
660 


Sundridge 
684 




$ 

2,613 

;,S83 


546,240 
140,802 


$ 
5,618,869 
1,123,212 


$ 

1,002,858 

354,122 


$ 
709,814 
170,135 


$ 
655,360 
180,030 


$ 
11,736,134 
3,550,230 


$ 
75,317 
26,407 


$ 
105,908 
27,449 




^030 

),822 
3,000 


405,438 

58,810 
37,000 


4,495,657 

21,144 
75,000 


648,736 
40,999 


539,679 

54,395 
55,000 


475,330 
23,807 


8,185,904 
92,724 


48,910 
16,553 


78,459 

14,231 

3,000 

15,953 

761 










2,000 
973 




2,317 
100 


6,101 


270,716 
11,815 


7,404 


14,869 
1,737 


13,566 
212 


832,026 
2,340 














2.239 


101,911 
640 


378,675 
238,720 


48,403 
3,451 


126,001 

574 


37,585 


927,090 
226,330 


19,526 


33,945 
1 510 














9,356 


72,116 


19,007 




8,737 


99,310 




1,982 










2,065 


9,996 
263,891 


310,836 
3,261,233 


22,458 
625,085 


574 
301,183 


8,737 
210,826 


325,640 
4,186,809 




3,492 




65,151 


40,947 




7,334 


781,236 


8,446,401 


1,344,682 


967,437 


732,478 


13,625,443 


133,587 


156,843 




6,000 
2,160 
7,415 


36,551 
50,692 
11,158 


1,620,500 

314,875 

23,473 


99,000 
39,896 
23,355 


44,891 

37,430 

6,861 


121,900 
29,866 
23,436 


1,707,000 

1,196,383 

402,250 




5,222 


56 
198 


8,201 
566 




5,575 
2,065 


98,401 
263,891 


1,958,848 
3,261,233 


162,251 
625,085 


89,182 
301,183 


175,202 
210,826 


3,305,633 
4,186,809 


254 
65,151 


13,989 
40,947 
























2,065 
2,460 

5,388 
1,846 


263,891 
46,650 


3,261,233 
805,300 


625,085 
93,869 


301,183 
108,918 


210,826 
93,100 


4,186,809 
1,522,282 


65,151 
4,628 


40,947 
29,778 




363,816 
8,478 


2,286,195 
134,825 


454,077 
9,400 


401,076 
67,078 


253,350 


4,475,836 
134,883 


63,554 


71,927 
202 












;.694 


418,944 


3,226,320 


557,346 


577,072 


346,450 


6,133,001 


68,182 


101,907 




7,334 


781,236 


8,446,401 


1,344,682 


967,437 


732,478 


13,625,443 


133,587 


156,843 




1 












1 




5,660 

S.778 


277,348 
19,869 


2,370,031 
92,343 


546,843 
7,710 


356,193 
13,526 


344,092 
10,568 


4,756,634 
314,705 


38,857 
2,714 


54,165 
1,521 




1,438 


297,217 


2,462,374 


554,553 


369,719 


354,660 


5,071,339 


41,571 


55,686 




7,795 

6,263 
6,493 
2.324 

6,894 


212,285 


1,537,862 


339,826 


293,268 


224,163 


3,402,429 


31,599 


42,953 


■ J 


13,105 

28,508 
5,111 
17,116 


199,649 
194,908 
176,439 
147,309 


38,985 
53,637 
13,019 

26,522 


10,877 
21,343 
10,155 
21,487 


32,897 
36,968 
18,594 
21,973 


594,759 
633,416 
206,741 
399,075 


1,319 
2,564 


1,978 
5,119 
2 809 




3,243 


2,837 




















' 


9,769 


276,125 


2,256,167 


471,989 


357,130 


334,595 


5,236,420 


38,725 


55,696 




1,669 


21,092 


206,207 


82,564 


12,589 


20,065 


165,081 


2,846 


10 




2,183 


1,534 


7,902 


2,252 


1,700 


1,927 


27,298 


296 


357 



134 






Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Fina:j|arei 



Municipality 

Population 


Sutton 
1,637 


Tara 
660 


Tavistock 
1,356 


Tecumseh 
4.955 


.1 

Teesvi 

93 


r 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
262,387 
51,476 


$ 
98,374 
12,444 


$ 
237.354 
93.005 


$ 
472.085 
183.300 


$ 
103 3 




32 8 






Net fixed assets 


210,911 
18,161 


85,930 
8,949 


144,349 

9.853 
12.000 


288,785 
54,160 


71 5 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


26 3 




20,000 

10,341 

183 


8,000 
1,276 




15 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


769 


27.011 


2 5 












-^ 




48,685 
284 


18,225 
692 


22.622 
422 


81.171 
16.108 


44,8 
9 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


13,911 






3.321 


8,1 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


14,195 
184,911 


692 
73.671 


422 
232.691 


19,429 
252,053 


8,3 
115,3 




Total 


458,702 


178,518 


400,084 


641,438 


239,3 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






3.501 
10.190 


49,700 

34,842 

2,538 






Current liabilities 


14,073 
5,364 


15.059 
8,400 


6.1 


Other liabilities 


? 








' 


Total liabilities 


19,437 
184,911 


23,459 
73.671 


13.691 
232.691 


87.080 
252.053 


6,5 
115,) 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


184,911 
26.000 


73.671 
14.264 


232,691 
31,783 


252.053 
31,300 


115,) 
21, ) 






- 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


200,557 
27,797 


62,366 
4,758 


121.502 
417 


257.855 
13,150 


95, > 






Total capital 


254,354 


81,388 


153.702 


302,305 


117, > 




Total 


458,702 


178,518 


400,084 


641,438 


239, 1 












r 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


171,985 
6.288 


60,475 
1,718 


110,060 
6,778 


250.746 
11,031 


1 
74,1 

2,;' 


u 


Total revenue 


178,273 


62,193 


116,838 


261,777 


77,: 


-• 


EXPENSE 


130,632 


45,844 


87.351 


180.804 


63,; 






V 


Operation and maintenance 


11,027 
24,190 


3,413 
1.225 
1.364 
3.037 


5.052 
6.892 
2.226 
8.493 


31.076 

30.777 

5.706 

14.136 


i,< 






^:^ 






- 


Depreciation 

Other 


6,797 


4.( 














Total expense 


172,646 


54,883 


110,014 


262,499 


74,;' 


Net income or net expense 


5,627 


7,310 


6,824 


722 


3,:' 



Number of customers. 



1,010 



283 I 



Statements A and B 

I: 

fatements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



135 



' ace Bay 

Fwp. 
[,828 


Thamesford 
1,500 


Thamesville 
1,037 


Thedford 
725 


Thessalon 
1,776 


Thornbury 
1,203 


Thorndale 
450 


Thornton 
315 


Thorold 
8,900 


l' J 
; b.461 
^ 04,412 


$ 
197,570 
68,716 


$ 
185,873 
74,803 


$ 
88.210 
26.820 


$ 
258,934 
63,066 


$ 
229,624 
37,136 


54,103 

27,627 


$ 
33.819 
14.226 


$ 

1,132,710 
305,187 


24,049 

14.248 
20,000 


128,854 
16,211 


111.070 

5,627 

10,394 

3,929 

746 


61,390 
10,203 


195,868 
22,213 


192,488 
815 


26,476 
16,053 


19,593 
2,914 


827,523 

7,515 
293,066 


20,000 
92 


8,000 
3,101 






3,000 
827 
400 




7,285 
235 


4,698 
171 


18,320 
300 


484 


37,736 
318 














41,768 


36,303 
92 


20,696 
244 


21,304 
29 


27,082 


19.435 

8,288 


20.280 


3,398 


338,635 
27,442 












69 


306 


7,254 


4,048 


2,832 






502 












161 

125,022 


550 
130,068 


7.283 
78.711 


4.048 
52.947 


11,120 

87,215 






27 944 


63,369 


44,986 


23,057 


1,330,885 


W,186 


290,340 


262,384 


168,688 


279,945 


310,258 


91,742 


46,048 


2,524,987 




200 
8,211 
3,174 


5,600 
6.210 
1,256 




21,500 

20,984 

2,200 


4,350 

28,752 
733 






25 999 


467 
90 


4.798 
296 


1,728 
268 


2,642 
79 


32,260 
51.440 


557 
63,369 


11,585 
125,022 


13,066 
130,068 


5,094 
78,711 


44,684 
52,947 


33.835 
87.215 


1,996 
44,986 


2,721 
23,057 


109,699 
1,330,885 




















63,369 
78,000 


125,022 
8,158 


130,068 

13,588 


78.711 
16,500 


52.947 
43,500 


87,215 
81,650 


44.986 
3,086 


23,057 
7,200 


1,330,885 
101,281 


SI, 069 
6,191 


140,955 
4,620 


97,823 
7,839 


67.827 
556 


138.814 


99,558 
8.000 


41,631 
43 


13,070 


919,415 
63,707 








35,260 


153,733 


119.250 


84.883 


182,314 


189,208 


44,760 


20,270 


1,084,403 


J9,186 


290,340 


262,384 


168,688 


279,945 


310,258 


91,742 


46,048 


2,524,987 




















15,228 
7,463 


92,085 
6,533 


75.631 
3.666 


49.236 
2,424 


113,540 
2,995 


109,013 

3.577 


22,295 
2,358 


14,541 
293 


479,213 
30,016 


>2,691 


98,618 


79,297 


51,660 


116,535 


112,590 


24,653 


14,834 

12,516 


509,229 


92,543 

6,470 
12,684 
4,046 
9,401 


73,735 


55.542 


35,860 


73,476 


75,666 


16.026 


288,046 


5,440 

8,941 

212 

7,264 


5.997 

11.765 

1,243 

6,336 


1,732 
3,266 


10,853 

16,691 

5,134 

7.220 


10,102 
14,805 
3,002 
6,722 


2.851 
3.047 


377 
1,081 


61,980 

87.364 

9.423 


3,070 


2,433 


1,229 


30,835 




















35,144 


95,592 


80,883 


43,928 


113,374 


110,297 


24,357 


15,203 


477,648 


2,453 


3,026 


1,586 


7,732 


3,161 


2,293 


296 


369 


31,581 


b ^^^ 


492 


450 


312 


605 


609 


159 


121 


2,660 



136 


Municipal Electrical Service ] 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finamj 




Municipality 

Population 


Thunder Bay 
106,540 


Tilbury 
3,501 


Tillsonburg 
6,275 


Toronto 
677,232 


Tottenh: 
1,307 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
17.133,542 
6,630,913 


$ 
518,128 
170,913 


$ 

1,318.288 

322.315 


$ 
133,820,120 
45,130,924 


$ 

127.311 
30,331 




Less accumulated depreciation 








Net fixed assets 


10.502.629 

256,860 

1,100,000 

149,208 

988,606 

18,240 


347,215 
1,824 


995.973 
61,859 


88,689,196 

274,776 

8,250,500 

90,445 

6,608,413 

1,864,661 


96,971 


i 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 


f 


— long-term 






I 


1 


Accounts receivable (net) 


14.746 
520 


14,171 
2,000 


6.6C 


1 


Other 


J 








Total current assets 


2,513.094 
326,720 


17.090 
1,854 


78,030 
32,796 


17,088,795 

2,538,518 
4,573,946 
9,522,424 


6,62 1 
42 


1 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


1 


Miscellaneous assets 


3,056 


1,571 


553 




1 










329,776 
20,674,347 


3,425 
357,902 


33.349 
725.416 


16,634,888 
119,053,384 


42 
75.12!' 


I 










Total 


34,019,846 


725,632 


1,832,768 


241,466,263 


179,141 




LIABILITIES 


341.000 
806.140 
820,220 


51,500 

27,109 

4,175 


8.000 
69.003 
26.300 


9.581,050 
6,230,542 
1,829,400 


J 


1 




io,8i: 

36.20i 




Other liabilities 


i 




Total liabilities 


1,967,360 

20,674,347 
100,000 


82,784 
357,902 


103.303 
725.416 


17,640,992 

119,053,384 
244.000 


47.01: 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


75.12 














20,774,347 
1,697,456 


357,902 
61,886 


725.416 
196,764 


119,297,384 

35,508,943 
4,573,946 

61,430,052 
3,014,946 


75,12 


CAPITAL 


21,43^ ii 


Sinking fund debentures 




1 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


8,832.339 
748,344 


204,600 
18,460 


800,968 
6,317 


32.77 
2.80 


Total capital 


11,278,139 


284,946 


1,004,049 


104,527.887 


57,01 








Total 


34,019,846 


725,632 


1,832,768 


241,466,263 


179,14 


i« 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


7,064,098 
387.170 


242,250 
9,372 


514,262 
19,114 


59,966,488 

2,241,475 


58.431 

I.TSI 


i; 


Total revenue 


7,451,268 


251,622 


533,376 


62,207,963 


60,19] 


0~ 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


5,204,012 
26,911 
577,759 
842,836 
116,202 
561,552 


163,028 


385,299 


42,542,185 


44,45 




Local generation 




•i 


Operation and maintenance 


20.432 
29.856 
12,435 
14,060 


53,582 

51,346 

9.052 

34.881 


7,165,301 
5,866,675 
1,150,216 
3,583.532 


4,11 
5,74 
2,36 
3,89 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 














Total expense 


7,329,272 


239,811 


534,160 


60,307,909 


60,57 


Net income or net expense 


121,996 


11,811 


784 


1,900,054 


38, 


Number of customers 


33,525 


1,280 


2,783 


218,174 


54 



1 Statements A and B 

Itements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 






137 


3nton 
.641 


Tweed 
1,805 


Uxbridge 
3,009 


Vankleek 
Hill 
1,699 


Vaughan 
Twp. 
18,747 


Victoria 

Harbour 

1,155 


Walkerton 
4,268 


Wallaceburg 
10.545 


Wardsville 
325 


$ 

2 6,846 
0.996 


$ 
232,902 
69,553 


$ 

395.237 
112,151 


$ 
195,248 
80.556 


$ 

3,878,601 
1.094,587 


$ 
124.525 
32,743 


541.788 
169,912 


$ 

1.632.705 
626,862 


$ 

55.304 
19.176 


1 5,850 
6,809 


163.349 

7.241 
11.000 


283.086 

18.046 

50,000 

2.934 

6,081 


114,692 

1.413 

10,000 

10,000 

301 

359 


2,784,014 
377,430 


91,782 
1,478 


371,876 
24,248 


1.005,843 

20,234 
70.000 


36.128 
6.502 


0,000 
5.969 
7.209 






3.000 
35.958 


1.500 
691 


2.605 
1.217 


259.506 


12.089 


32,837 














9,987 
2.103 


22.063 
33 


77.061 


22,073 


636.936 
77,529 


13,567 
506 


63.206 
14.318 


123,071 
71,536 


8.693 








4,402 


1,217 


295 


1.798 


282,963 


594 


743 


4,356 








6.505 


1.250 
163,006 


295 
256.642 


1.798 
57,206 


360.492 
790,149 


1,100 
58,910 


15.061 
408,151 


75,892 
1.732,441 




1,7,748 


31,411 


, ),090 


349,668 


617,084 


195,769 


4,571,591 


165,359 


858,294 


2,937,247 


76,232 


3 000 




60,300 
6,366 
4,517 


9,700 

12,610 

234 


2,845.000 
684,555 
301,080 






120,000 
84.600 
10,030 




3.724 
.7,410 


10,738 
517 


20.322 
276 


30,061 
5.164 


1,844 
144 


3,134 

1,7,748 


11,255 
163.006 


71,183 
256,642 


22.544 
57.206 


3.830,635 
790,149 


20,598 
58,910 


35.225 
408,151 


214,630 

1,732,441 


1,988 
31,411 




















1,7,748 
1,587 


163,006 
19.000 


256,642 
29,937 


57.206 
36.300 


790.149 
142.388 


58.910 
18,781 


408,151 
56.749 


1,732,441 
76,368 


31,411 
7,562 


1,3,260 
1,361 


156,407 


257.389 
1,933 


79,719 


224,4^1 
32,840 


65,541 
1,529 


358.169 


907.808 
6,000 


32,281 
2 990 












1,4,208 


175.407 


289.259 


116.019 


49,193 


85,851 


414.918 


990.176 


42,833 


,),090 


349,668 


617,084 


195,769 


4,571,591 


165,359 


858,294 


2,937,247 


76,232 










1 ' 1 i 




1,7.654 
3,512 


123.813 
5.739 


237,631 
13,682 


88.273 
4,085 


2,246,236 
78.788 


68,267 
969 


355.235 
12.413 


1,305.165 
27.521 


21.349 
481 


1, 3,166 


129,552 


251,313 


92,358 


2,325,024 


69,236 


367,648 


1,332,686 


21,830 


1 8,069 


94,193 




161.948 


70.753 


1.612.001 


45.282 


287.243 


970,652 


15.286 


0,886 
■0,317 
9,675 


6.288 
9,408 


17,057 

23.256 

9.770 

12,775 


4.791 
8.637 
3,634 
7.304 


93.421 
122.076 
292.630 
144,679 


3,945 
7,676 

2,274 
3.730 


21,745 
27,528 


49.455 

106.120 

13,992 

50,686 


1.477 
1.428 


3,998 


8,485 


21.062 


1,989 




















1,2,945 


118,374 


224,806 


95,119 


2,264,807 


62,907 


357,578 


1,190,905 


20,180 


5,221 


11,178 


26,507 


2,761 


60,217 


6,329 


10,070 


141,781 


1,650 


4,880 


706 


1,105 


614 


6,081 


602 


1.606 


3.776 


185 



138 



Municipal Electrical Service 







Municipj 


il Electrical Utilities Finai 


ria^ 


Municipality 

Population 


Warkworth 
550 


Wasaga 
Beach 
1,480 


Waterdown 
2.115 


Waterford 
2,421 


Wate 
34.5 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
85,389 
29.896 


$ 
256,037 
96.541 


$ 
271,884 
88.104 


$ 
265,686 
74,539 


$ 

6,866 
1,417 


6 
9 








55,493 
8,286 


159,496 
13.304 


183,780 

8.106 
5,000 


191,147 

7.325 
30.000 


5,449 
69 


7 
7 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 












147 


7,837 
3,600 


7,977 
27 


642 


340 




5 1 














8,433 


24,741 
437 


21.110 


37,967 
454 


415 


OTHER ASSETS 


205 ? 










) 






9.311 


642 


166 


37 






Total other assets 





9,748 
66,488 


642 
154.249 


620 
209,756 


242 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


43,274 


2 633 ' 






II 


Total 


107,200 


260,473 


359,781 


439,490 


8,741 


LIABILITIES 


4,186 

3,807 

288 


5,500 

19,662 

221 


9.000 

10,412 

1,097 


17,700 
2,791 
6.854 


1,756 




366, 


Other liabilities 


40-'- 






• 


Total liabilities 


8,281 
43,274 


25,383 
66,488 


20,509 
154,249 


27,345 
209.756 


2.163 
2,633 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 












■ - 




43,274 
10,587 


66,488 
104.500 


154,249 
28.632 


209,756 
24,423 


2,633.' 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


1,211..' 








Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


39,575 
5,483 


64,102 


142,099 
14.292 


173,535 
4.431 


2,216 
516 


; 






Total capital 


55,645 


168.602 


185.023 


202,389 


3,945,( 






Total 


107,200 


260,473 


359,781 


439,490 


8,741,t 












' ., 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


34,072 
1,464 


107,921 
3,576 


123,904 
4,998 


148,766 
4,039 




Total revenue 


35,536 


111,497 


128,902 


152,805 


3,425,3| 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


23,831 


70,378 


88,777 


102,060 


2,339,lU 


Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


1,285 

3,242 

642 

3.306 


12.059 
18,684 
6,913 
8.315 


9.363 

9.194 

1.562 

10,143 


21,366 

14,719 

2,850 

6,925 


204,4fl 

242,1 T 

232,5 

171,7 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 














Total expense 


32,306 


116,349 


119,039 


147,920 


3, 190,0 j# 


Net income or net expense 


3,230 


4,852 9,863 4,885 235,3J1 


Number of customers 


257 


946 


647 


911 


1 



Statements A and B 

Stements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



139 



W'ord 
09 


Waubau- 
shene 
1,550 


Webbwood 
570 


Welland 
44,680 


1 

Wellesley 

836 


Wellington 
924 


West Lome 
1.040 


Westport 
647 


Wheatley 
1,605 


1990 
796 


$ 
83,370 
20,045 


$ 
61,541 
14,783 


$ 
6,291.976 
1.781,993 


96,027 
23,469 


$ 
124,293 
51.462 


$ 
173.335 
78.569 


$ 
68.205 
16,151 


$ 

256,097 
68,508 


! 194 

020 
000 
055 
,704 
138 


63,325 
737 


46,758 

2.173 
3,000 
5,000 
1,802 


4.509.983 

121.018 
200.000 


72.558 

4,187 

8,000 

1.000 

400 


72,831 


94,766 

16.257 

45,000 

10,000 

3.354 

138 


52,054 
14.881 


187.589 
12.429 


16.000 
6.000 
1.365 




3.500 

158 

15 


20.000 
1.314 


3,530 


64.819 
3,547 












,917 
804 


4,267 


11,975 


389,384 
132,106 


13,587 
30 


23,365 
650 


74.749 
552 


18,554 


33.743 
1.177 












1,974 


43,578 




797 


1.399 




360 












804 




1.974 
12,503 


175,684 
3,315.863 


30 
79,786 


1,447 
103,765 


1.951 
185.732 




1 537 


:,8ii 


48.625 


60.528 


137,838 


3,726 


116,217 


73,210 


8,390,914 


165,961 


201,408 


357,198 


131,136 


360,707 


.253 
986 




9,063 

6.116 

518 


1,787.500 

284,562 

23,179 












8.702 
20 


3,412 
238 


10,260 
750 


8,569 
297 


3,639 
447 


6,670 
751 


,239 
:,811 


8.722 
48,625 


15,697 
12,503 


2,095,241 
3,315.863 


3.650 
79,786 


11,010 
103,765 


8.866 
185,732 


4.086 
60.528 


7.421 
137.838 


















;,8ii 

,056 
,620 


48.625 
3.242 


12,503 
20,937 


3,315,863 
936,438 


79,786 
12,428 


103,765 
13,816 


185,732 
8,000 


60.528 
15,000 


137.838 
52.000 


55.628 


24.073 


1.862.836 
180.536 


68,797 
1,300 


63,325 
9,492 


151.100 
3.500 


51,445 

77 


161,898 
1.550 






,676 


58,870 


45,010 


2,979.810 


82,525 


86,633 


162,600 


66,522 


215,448 


,726 


116,217 


73,210 


8,390,914 


165,961 


201,408 


357,198 


131,136 


360,707 


















,034 
,787 


40.281 
1.480 


24,410 
1,054 


2.992.117 
70.793 


43,401 
1,191 


52,636 
3,962 


98.341 
9.388 


37.468 
1.153 


89,762 
2,037 


,821 


41,761 


25,464 


3,062,910 


44,592 


56,598 


107,729 


38,621 


91,799 


,698 


28.944 


15,708 


2,103,524 


33,446 


41,758 


78.244 


29,464 


61.507 


1,463 
,501 


6.483 
3,885 


1.561 
3,272 
2,779 
1,829 


212,986 
251,834 
229,237 
162,472 


1,687 

4,248 

344 

3.002 


5.556 
6.978 


4.004 
14.141 


1.631 
3.601 


7,015 
10,924 


^,981 


2,554 


5.057 


6,437 


1.887 


7.269 




















s643 


41,866 


25,149 


2,960,053 


42,727 


59,349 


102,826 


36,583 


86,715 


,822 


105 


315 


102,857 


1,865 


2J51 


4,903 


2,038 


5,084 



598 



478 I 



171 



323 



500 



491 



318 



606 



140 


Municipal Electrical Service • i 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finaria.e 




Whitby 
23,689 


Wiarton 
1,945 


Williamsburg 
325 


Winchester 
1,588 


Winder -, 


Population 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant anri farilitie*; at CO<;t 


$ 
3,927,166 
1,094,643 


243,703 
84,230 


$ 
33,714 
17,246 


$ 
174.904 
64,251 


$ 
51/i 
13,) 


T pQc Qmimnlntpfl denreciatioTi 




Vpt fivf^H n<;«;pt<; 


2,832,523 

81,423 
34,000 


159,473 
10,573 


16,468 

4,847 

11,000 

5,000 

447 


110,653 

18,694 
20,000 


37,' 1 

2, > 

J 

5,1.1 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Tn\7-PQtmpnt<; — ^hnrt-term 




32,000 
4,174 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


78,368 


2,419 
282 










Tntal rnrrpnt a<^<;pt<; 


193,791 
94,814 


46,747 
6,682 


21,294 


41,395 


8.. 


OTHER CURRENT ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

'VTi<;ppl1anpnii<; n'stjpt'; 








3,569 


1,711 




2,015 










Total other assets 

Pmii+v in Ontarin T-Tvdro .. . 


98,383 
1,231,119 


8,393 
198,638 




2,015 
190,717 




43,968 


25 !' 






Total 


4,355,816 


413,251 


81,730 


344,780 


72,( 7 


LIABILITIES 


213,000 

1,054,960 

372,168 








: "~ = 




10,982 
141 


1,500 
448 


11,462 
158 


^ 

i.( a 




iO 




, ■■■■ 




1,640,128 
1,231,119 


11,123 
198,638 


1,948 
43,968 


11,620 
190,717 


1,(^ ~ 


RESERVES 


25,{ . 


















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


1,231,119 
445,870 


198,638 
37,400 


43,968 
2,750 


190,717 
29,162 


25.^ : 




. :i 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


974,469 
64,230 


164,433 
1,657 


33,064 


113,281 


3M 








11 


Total capital 


1,484,569 


203,490 


35,814 


142,443 


45,7,1 






Total 


4,355,816 


413,251 


81,730 


344,780 


H 












1 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,826,960 
96,134 


127,783 
8,950 


18,629 
1,288 


132,554 
3,373 


is.c.i 

5 ' 


Total revenue 


1,923,094 


136,733 


19,917 


135,927 


i5,6;r 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1,327,765 


105,588 


15,256 


118,513 


1l= 

ll.lil 




Operation and maintenance 


140,782 
147,169 
132,790 
140,093 


11,702 
11,646 

1 


1,146 
1,987 


4,622 
10,200 


l,6lf 

1 , ■■ 


Administration 




8,883 


1,327 


5,721 


% 


Other 












1 


Total expense 


1,888,599 137,819 


19,716 


139,056 ^^'^lU 


Net income or net expense 


34,495 i 1,086 201 3,129 3 


Number of customers 


6.971 1 874 149 1 647 I 1^ 

1 
1 





Statements A and B 

S tements for the Year Ended December 31, 1970 



141 



ndsor 
6.387 


Wingham 
2,833 


Woodbridge 
2,457 


Woodstock 
24,824 


Woodville 
463 


Wyoming 
1,224 


York 
142,025 


Zurich 
717 


Summary 
All Regions 


$ 

28 0.435 
9 7,542 


$ 

502,165 
199.938 


236.058 
112.885 


$ 
4.125.491 
1.341.151 


$ 

58,779 
17,472 


$ 

132.776 
48.944 


$ 

14,388,027 
5,032,218 


$ 
111,119 
19,165 


$ 

866.551.765 
238.749.590 


9 2.893 
0.013 


302,227 

100 

10,000 

39.801 

3.486 

68 


123.173 

13.324 
75.000 

24,825 
3.759 
4.375 


2.784.340 

25.391 
270.000 


41,307 
3,607 


83,832 
3,343 


9,355,809 

2.010 
500.000 
500,000 
592.299 
117.256 


91.954 
12.770 


627.802.175 

11.889.717 
29.340.687 

5,827.448 
32,352,591 

2.928.405 


1 3.716 


3,000 
1,210 


9,330 

1,599 

85 




rl.845 
4,665 


40.926 
144 


3,964 








3'0,239 

7,947 
5.856 


53.455 
12.434 


121.283 


336.461 
128.905 


7,817 


14.357 
77 


1.711.565 
176,934 


16.734 
260 


82.338.848 

18.107.495 
15.859.915 
14 822 683 






1.467 


14.247 


143 


1,500 




1,079,968 










1:3,803 
CO,247 


13.901 
385.470 


14,247 
309.488 


129.048 
3.122,458 


1,500 
42.751 


77 
71,793 


1,256,902 
9,921.855 


260 
81.705 


48.790.093 
520.667.796 


4 7,182 


755,053 


568,191 


6,372,307 


93,375 


170,059 


22,246,131 


190,653 


1,279,598,912 


16,996 
2:0,760 
1.4.992 










4,200 

766,102 

1,048,903 




117 438 918 


3.537 
4.326 


2,862 
5,600 


178,608 
43,506 


2,189 


6,466 
700 


4.730 
189 


50,925.570 
15.748.438 




4:2,748 
('k),247 


7.863 
385.470 


8,462 
309.488 


222,114 
3,122,458 


2.189 
42.751 


7,166 
71,793 


1.819,205 
9,921,855 


4.919 
81,705 


184,112,926 

520,667,796 
1 067 275 




















Ck),247 
j»8,821 


385.470 
81.155 


309.488 
23.835 

223.780 
2,626 


3,122,458 
429,776 


42,751 
5.248 


71,793 
9,700 


9,921.855 
786.878 


81.705 
5,592 


521,735,071 

128,751,301 
15,859,915 

388,752,020 
40.387.679 


3i4.092 
>1,274 


280,565 


2,445,121 
152,838 


43,187 


80,669 
731 


9,670,674 
47,519 


98.437 








04,187 


361,720 


250,241 


3,027,735 


48,435 


91,100 


10,505,071 


104.029 


573.750.915 


•7,182 


755,053 


568,191 


6,372,307 


93,375 


170,059 


22,246,131 


190,653 


1,279,598,912 




















56.012 
,57,202 


242,862 
11.169 


164,423 
14,873 


2,184,764 
73.503 


23,180 
1,063 


67.446 
1.865 


7,139,329 
396,456 


54.680 

2.484 


439.342.533 
14.908,233 


)3,214 


254,031 


179,296 


2,258,267 


24,243 


69,311 


7,535,785 


57,164 


454,250,766 


54,466 


198.266 


148,179 


1.747.979 


17,431 


53,853 


5.265,935 


36.076 


325,567,580 
877.188 


,56.691 
J6.252 
59,861 


14,902 
26.618 


9,386 
21.918 


172.683 

128.067 

508 

127.907 


1,572 
1,974 


3,823 
4,046 


473,686 

1,023,899 

23,559 

474,363 


6.504 

7.224 


33.066.815 
34.289.142 
15.530.872 


i7.122 


14.097 


ii;4-75 


2,314 


4,537 


2.818 


24.729.702 
66 934 




















14,392 


253,883 


190,958 


2,177,144 


23,291 


66,259 


7,261,442 


52,622 


434,128,233 


'8,822 


148 


11,662 


81,123 


952 


3,052 


274,343 


4,542 


20,122,533 


52.060 


1.222 


850 


8,486 


211 


464 


42,998 


339 


1.766,086 



STATEMENT ''G" 



The Annual Report no longer includes a schedule of retail rates and typical bills 
for service by the municipal electric distribution systems receiving power from the 
Commission. Readers of the Report whose particular interest is in rate schedules 
may obtain on application to the Statistical Department of the Consumer Service 
Division at the Commission's Head Office a computer print-out of rates as in effect 
December 31, 1970, or of rates currently in force. 

Statement C in this Report records revenue, consumption, number of customers, 
average consumption per customer, and average cost per kilowatt-hour for each of 
the three main classes of service in all the municipal systems served. The number of 
customers shown is that at the end of the year under review, but the calculation of 
average consumption per customer is based on the average of the numbers served at 
the end of the year under review and the preceding year. The revenue and consumption 
from house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters are included in the totals 
shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours being estimated on the basis of 
16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average cost per kilowatt-hour is the average cost to the customer, that is the 
average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical average 
does not represent the utility's actual cost of delivering one kilowatt-hour. However, 
a comparison of this average over a number of years is some indication of the trend 
of cost in any one municipality, and the trend in all municipal systems combined may 
be seen in the table on page 86 and the graphs on page 87. Other things being equal, 
the average cost per kilowatt-hour would rise with an increase in rates. The normal 
trend, however, is for consumption per customer to increase, and residential cus- 
tomers in particular are using an ever-widening variety of electrical appliances, 
including fast-recovery water heaters. This increased use, since it is billed at the lower 
rates usually applicable to higher-consumption blocks of kilowatt-hours, is frequently 
reflected in a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour. 

For industrial power service customers, the relationship between demand (kilo- 
watts required) and energy (kilowatt-hours of use) is an important factor in establish- 
ing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. The use of the demand for only a 
few hours will result in a relatively small total bill but a high average cost per kilowatt- 
hour; the use of the same demand for several hours will increase the total bill but 
substantially reduce the average cost per kilowatt-hour. In other words, the average 
cost per kilowatt-hour varies inversely with the customer's load factor. 

143 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVEN^ 

for the Year Ei^ 

In Forty Major Munu 

(Arranged in descending 



Municipality 



Total 
Revenue 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Total 

Consumption 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 







li 




Cus- 


3 i ^ 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


kwh 




kwh 


1,132,758.016 


187,075 


503 


570.194,178 


87.866 


548 


1,019.563.219 


116,101 


§733 


810.696,384 


89,632 


754 


692,898.062 


80,991 


715 


713,320,935 


81,011 


740 


336.446.580 


55,285 


512 


385.952.580 


33,421 


983 


416.886.926 


61,189 


573 


194.897.388 


29,390 


560 


237.291.851 


29,766 


673 


156.673.353 


14,566 


917 


240.498.087 


23,818 


860 


255.328.481 


29,963 


§711 


257.561,910 


38,874 


539 


199,151,765 


32,542 


§508 


151,300,042 


15.427 


830 


196,553,250 


19.769 


834 


167.178,690 


16.729 


846 


236,826,610 


24,571 


787 


126,391,760 


18,614 


569 


112,056.709 


15,315 


612 


141.999.141 


16,537 


717 


175,845,631 


13,520 


§1,096 


104,859,788 


16,206 


543 


82,445.031 


8,145 


853 


114.942,878 


13,147 


736 


85.244.172 


9,957 


726 


78.038,950 


11,098 


633 


59,977,492 


11.016 


456 


56,363,214 


9,521 


491 


89,028,035 


8,513 


882 


84,137,212 


10,177 


696 


62,590.074 


7,499 


700 


57.377,783 


4,965 


968 


83,096,770 


7,604 


§951 


60,580,849 


6,967 


727 


55,976,163 


7,928 


594 


68,351,543 


6,241 


911 


55,650,282 


6,218 


749 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York 

Ottawa 

Etobicoke 

Scarborough 

Windsor 

Mississauga 

London 

St. Catharines... 

Kitchener 

Oakville 

Oshawa 

Thunder Bay 

York 

East York 

Guelph 

Burlington 

Peterborough 

Sudbury 

Brantford 

Samia 

Kingston 

Nepean Twp 

Niagara Falls 

Waterloo 

North Bay 

Gait 

Brampton 

Welland 

Chatham 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Woodstock 

Vaughan Twp.... 

Gloucester Twp. 

Stratford 

St. Thomas 

Whitby 

Brockville 



59,966,488 
36,794.300 
30.753.089 
23.641.093 
22.633,618 

19,693.182 
14.636,012 
13.928.036 
15,680.222 
9,226,769 

9,068,067 
7.220.634 
7,447,643 
7.064,098 
7,139,330 

5,972,215 
5,530,921 
5,736.944 
4.919,427 
4,756,634 

4,398,575 
4,330,588 
4,065,219 
4.649.588 
4,174.699 

3,364,636 
3,177,388 
2,920,562 
3,363,683 
2,992,117 

3,002,358 
2,205,904 
2.327,559 
2,184,764 
2.246,236 

2,377,999 
2,370,031 
1,961,316 
1,826,960 
1.708,343 



kwh 
5,118,770,276 
3,962,095,672 
2,658,797,857 
2.141.313.922 
1,949,310,368 

1,657,575,741 
1,214,114,110 
1,201,086.425 
1.173,631,994 
799,914,795 

752,766,541 
691,988,147 
657.457.455 
644.711.214 
638.921.506 

516.053,773 
467.994.313 
428.704.461 
428.090,515 
399,906,264 

382,740,994 
372,370,165 
367,077.496 
355,400,959 
300,680,037 

275,641,530 
259,000,479 
248,611.711 
235,263,603 
229,168,190 

220,027,913 
203,285,817 
201,147,160 
189.452,129 
181,706,433 

180,194,811 
175,460,989 
152,586.274 
151,952,789 
144,168,202 



16,083,082 
7,578,664 

12.478.273 
7.235.441 
8.582.674 

8,795,649 
5,297,979 
4.886.184 
6.853.394 
2.959.056 

2,923,615 
2,157,103 
2,853,489 
2,910,119 
2,946,222 

2,414,075 
2,010,014 
2,764,828 
2,137,220 
2,537,062 

1,681,880 
1,603,544 
1,645,736 
2,372.306 
1,531,636 

1,082,400 
1,497,013 
1,094,397 
1,194,527 
965.628 

867,466 
1.034.604 
936.749 
806,433 
797,113 

1,181,206 

891,785 
838,121 
872,395 
739,518 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



145 



\;0 CONSUMPTION 
OijmberSl, 1970 

ei:trical Utilities 
of )tal consumption) 



M COM^ 


lERCIAL and/or GENERAL SERVICE 
















icluding flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 






1 






o 1 


Av- 












Av- 


jAI 






>.'i2 


erage 










^9.5 


erage 


A^venue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthl 
Consunr 
per Cus 


Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average 
Custom 
Monthl 
Loads I 


Monthl 
Consun 
per Cus 


Cost 

per 

Kwhi 
























$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


fi 


,535.574 


867,897,864 


23,685 


3,027 


1.44 


29,977,045 


3,053,010,580 


7,414 


634,414 


34,360 


0.98 


.907.442 


455,516,904 


9,190 


4,146 


1.30 


22,625,488 


2,912,239,991 


794 


499,493 


294.701 


0.78 


.885.050 


1,605,268,638 


11,587 


§12,279 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


,152,195 


1,258,445,700 


11,910 


8,854 


1.20 


587,948 


52,629,438 


133 


14,208 


31.216 


1.12 


.792.166 


367,805,917 


4.062 


7,735 


1.30 


8,583,245 


866,127,499 


1,537 


197,676 


48.409 


0.99 


.589.049 


433,644,974 


4.564 


8,130 


1.29 


5.048,167 


488.881,352 


892 


118,814 


47,677 


1.03 


.841.815 


860.424.180 


6.775 


10,779 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


.051.093 


228,584,710 


1.815 


11,305 


1.33 


5,562,458 


577,618,850 


489 


115,712 


102,197 


0.96 


f.389,256 


740,645,068 


5,890 


10,561 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


.,004,581 


593,449,407 


3,059 


15,938 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Xt 


* 


!,461.825 


178,461,618 


3,052 


4,947 


1.38 


3.395,430 


326,082,031 


227 


74,209 


119,971 


1.04 


,976.365 


532,025,290 


2,156 


20,717 


0.94 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


.396,125 


409.659.008 


2,515 


13,663 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


,833.185 


378.222,733 


3,562 


§8,891 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


,110,174 


373.994,236 


4,124 


7,524 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,044,643 


174,302.616 


2,141 


§7,104 


1.17 


1,321,133 


135,675,680 


339 


32.208 


49,481 


0.97 


,013.216 


68.742.457 


1.233 


4,742 


1.47 


2,321,407 


242,508,094 


132 


51,966 


152,521 


0.96 


,529,342 


112.719,178 


1.407 


6,834 


1.36 


1,350,417 


115,489,316 


205 


30,650 


47,062 


1.17 


,601,338 


255.873.045 


1,999 


10,813 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




,657,876 


129,280,452 


2.411 


4,461 


1.28 


339,096 


27,962,390 


316 


9,075 


7.445 


1.21 


,567,496 


250,799,573 


2.219 


9,478 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




,074,989 


71,983,256 


1.631 


3,770 


1.49 


1,466,382 


183,632.820 


154 


35,553 


98,410 


0.80 


.582,294 


138,833,953 


2.830 


4,108 


1.14 


707,613 


81,648,402 


154 


18,223 


42,793 


0.87 


.426,475 


101.920,014 


1.308 


§7,264 


1.40 


840,589 


76,841,026 


73 


15.446 


89,558 


1.09 


.797,695 


131,577,061 


2.153 


5,167 


1.37 


659.328 


58,893,888 


96 


14,416 


51,123 


1.12 


M50,301 


189,342,436 


991 


15.282 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




.624,249 


141,719,269 


1,982 


6.032 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




527,988 


37,223,399 


1,133 


2,814 


1.42 


1.194.970 


122,888,140 


150 


29,435 


68,500 


0.97 


i. 078,2 21 


76,106,315 


972 


6,397 


1.42 


1.012.185 


79,048,966 


145 


35,038 


44,360 


1.28 


,901,625 


165,935,619 


1,252 


11,089 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1 777,244 


50,803,850 


1,274 


3.339 


1.53 


1,228,927 


108,928,581 


293 


27,608 


31,194 


1.13 


1,155,344 


113,083,234 


1.157 


8.766 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1,279,793 


113,369,476 


1,717 


5,585 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




i.312,210 


124,112,775 


987 


10,559 


1.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1,431,032 


123.048,650 


1,116 


9,442 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




, 859,235 


72,419,125 


652 


§11.238 


1.19 


313,399 


23,433,829 


54 


6,940 


36.163 


1.34 


11,371,733 


111,855,320 


935 


10,023 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1,081,658 


95.396,059 


968 


8.333 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




898,449 


81.797,677 


730 


9,514 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




914,409 


86,844,680 


865 


8,415 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 

















































146 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENto:^ 
for the Year Ewbs^ 



Municipality- 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


11,999,346 


1.378 


§702 


1,374,140 


210 


§540 


23,193,126 


3,177 


§621 


9,922,850 


1,047 


820 


3,664,000 


308 


§919 


9,098,670 


1,026 


739 


9,663,255 


1,117 


734 


998,980 


283 


297 


12,349,210 


1,407 


735 


12,357,945 


1.119 


920 


767,735 


101 


633 


1,319,300 


172 


643 


16,154,049 


1.755 


771 


3,680,950 


441 


704 


2,811,724 


355 


669 


15,086,614 


1.677 


751 


27,865.673 


3.025 


791 


660,002 


100 


585 


14.412,740 


1.515 


807 


3.636,943 


373 


824 


2.225,634 


263 


699 


3,002,500 


797 


315 


7,397,468 


659 


938 


89,028,035 


8,513 


882 


2,805,126 


402 


585 


2,174.234 


256 


719 


1.700.952 


211 


680 


2.536.696 


300 


§662 


9.016.301 


1,312 


577 


1.901,800 


237 


670 


5.070,010 


560 


761 


2,694,739 


311 


735 


6,607,670 


906 


616 


84,137.212 


10,177 


696 


2.442.073 


242 


843 


6,915,344 


1,169 


493 


8,606.700 


944 


760 


2.214.961 


283 


663 


2,636.260 


316 


699 


6,276.138 


7U 


733 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.... 
Ancaster Twp.. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Amprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

tBala 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

tBeardmore 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

tBlind River 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 



4,835 

586 

11,929 

3,057 

1,073 

3,280 

3.682 

680 

4.846 

15,342 

©325 
454 
5,807 
1,328 
1.036 

6.133 
©11.391 
©230 
4.543 
1,233 

©975 
©x450 

2,244 
26,684 

1,471 

797 
543 
991 
©4,100 
796 

1,292 

1.065 

2.756 

33.638 

792 

3,417 

3,350 

711 

809 

1,323 



1,578 

240 

3.528 

1,232 

368 

1,214 
1,275 
348 
1,653 
1,177 

121 
204 
2,053 
566 
414 

1,841 
3,414 

123 
1,772 

445 

304 
874 
826 
9,670 
483 

288 
228 
345 
1,443 
314 

671 
373 
986 
11.894 
258 

1.316 

1.140 

308 

356 

852 



kw 

7.014 

604 

15.290 
5,430 
1,540 

5,095 
4,769 

508 
7.522 
3,937 

291 

440 

9,366 

2,338 

1,225 

4,829 

14,130 

284 

7,574 

1,732 

1,392 

885 

3,139 

42,649 

1.473 



576 
3,341 
3,843 

627 

2.424 
1,063 
2,386 
44,763 
1.260 

3,209 
3.424 
894 
1,194 
2.425 



$ 

137.496 

15.575 

323,891 

127,846 

41.126 

107.402 
116,334 
17,975 
148,637 
151,495 

8.873 

15.191 

192,474 

42,977 

33,218 

206,782 

335,459 

9,186 

160,302 

44,272 

26,678 
62.306 
90,237 
1,034,604 
35,156 

26,280 
20,906 
26,945 
114,563 
27,968 

56,049 
30,140 
96.109 
936.749 
28.970 

81.741 
116.542 
22.778 
32.163 
87,587 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



147 



ID CONSUMP 1 ION 




















' t/jmber 31, 1970 




















Commercial and/or 


General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












y 

iption 
tomer 


Av- 
erage 










Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Billed 




Av- 
erage 


;venue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
)nsurr 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


2 6 S 
o S 1-, 


Cost 
per 








So S. 


Kwh 










Su ^ 


Kwhi 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 






kw 


kwh 




242.466 


20.349.462 


200 


§11.362 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




14.979 


958.190 


30 


§2.904 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




208.229 


17,438,402 


264 


§8.257 


1.19 


368.019 


33.055,698 




87 


9.672 


32.218 


1.11 


166.354 


13.555.805 


185 


6.057 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 




* 


♦ 




29,136 


2.139.590 


60 


§4.976 


1.36 


Xc 


* 


* 




* 


♦ 




167.373 


15.460.692 


188 


6.871 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 




Xs 


* 




1 104.692 


9.902.528 


158 


5.239 


1.06 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




12.728 


722,975 


65 


913 


1.76 


♦ 


* 


* 




* 


>|: 




274.264 


26,884.076 


246 


9.239 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




I 41.157 


2,626.592 


50 


4.513 


1.57 


5,669 


425.776 




8 


154 


4,435 


1.33 


2,468 


196.350 


20 


839 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




5.706 


465.250 


32 


1,157 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




322,926 


31,738.252 


298 


9,027 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




67,210 


5,683.916 


125 


3,759 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




19.019 


1.343.755 


59 


1,965 


1.42 


* 


* 


♦ 




♦ 


* 




106,575 


6.169.189 


154 


3.427 


1.73 


6,539 


518.305 




10 


167 


4,319 


1.26 


376,944 


31,853.444 


389 


6.940 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




4,228 


268,000 


23 


1,039 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 




* 


)|> 




208.704 


16,393,310 


257 


5,214 


1.27 


* 


* 


♦ 




* 


* 




15.338 


981,307 


56 


1.410 


1.56 


43,280 


3.089.778 




16 


1.142 


17,165 


1.40 


43,195 


3,431,883 


41 


7.150 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 




* 


xi 




16.205 


709.500 


71 


833 


2.28 


1,457 


118,900 




6 


39 


1,651 


1.23 


60.537 


4.315.552 


167 


2.160 


1.40 


>|: 


* 


* 




* 


* 




1,155.344 


113.083.234 


1,157 


8.766 


1.02 


* 


>t< 


* 




♦ 


* 




30.719 


2.221.193 


78 


2.404 


1.38 


1.615 


116.520 




3 


51 


3,237 


1.39 


9,099 


681.328 


32 


1.832 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




4,078 


283,001 


14 


1.685 


1.44 


9.080 


721.000 




3 


240 


20,028 


1.26 


111,420 


15,699.654 


45 


§60.152 


0.71 


* 


>i: 


* 




* 


* 




73,715 


5.548,285 


114 


4.074 


1.33 


16,240 


914.475 




17 


492 


4,917 


1.78 


18,483 


978,700 


76 


1.059 


1.89 


72 


200 




1 


6 


11 


3.60 


53,230 


4,657,252 


111 


3,404 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




20.962 


1,535,080 


62 


2.114 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




i 44,326 


3,342.350 


80 


3,548 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 




♦ 


* 




! 1,279,793 


113.369.476 


1.717 


5.585 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




4,447 


291.102 


11 


2,205 


1.53 


40,323 


3,710,860 




5 


916 


61.848 


1.09 


61,750 


4.050,417 


115 


2,910 


1.52 


44,748 


3,049,755 




32 


1.195 


8.068 


1.47 


86,492 


5,190.100 


189 


2.270 


1.67 


2.597 


181.500 




7 


73 


2.327 


1.43 


8,647 


607,960 


19 


2.815 


1.42 


4.694 


297.122 




6 


190 


4.127 


1.58 


12.504 


697,109 


32 


1,815 


1.79 


21.403 


1,568.510 




8 


471 


15.378 


1.36 


! 47,110 


2,857,982 


138 


1,726 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 





































































148 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENE 

for the Year E 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Bradford , 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 
Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford 

Campbell ville.... 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place... 

Casselman 

Cauyga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp.. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

tCobalt 

Cobden 



2,649 

839 

8,687 

©3.400 

3,185 

488 

38,178 

59,974 

9,138 

©260 

2,297 

©550 

2.980 

19,426 

857 

©1,150 

©300 

832 

82,620 

727 

3,082 
3,534 
©260 
1,068 
3,271 

1,841 
4,981 
1.306 
1,053 
1,090 

3,529 

33,291 

399 

1,699 

1,285 

©4,300 

540 

2,975 

2,209 

872 



931 

359 

2,921 

1,443 

1,083 

166 

12,215 

20,833 

2,956 

105 

668 

221 

1,194 

7,083 

414 

471 
110 
388 
21,381 
200 

1,045 

1,438 

98 

491 

1,148 

680 
1,913 
441 
429 
287 

1,066 

11,088 

194 

804 

498 

1.413 
253 

1.319 
789 
397 



kw 

3,359 

802 

13,474 
5,090 
3,753 

2,196 

47,617 

75,001 

16.155 

368 

1.922 

430 

3.467 

30,184 

1,156 

1,306 

376 

1.584 

95.714 

546 

2.253 
4,930 

296 
1.482 
3,636 

1,440 
7,519 
1,839 
1,119 
876 

3,272 

41,931 

508 

1,989 

2,331 

2,574 
592 
3,709 
2,040 
1,355 



$ 
100.434 

24,888 
306,878 
134.003 

95.448 

13,897 

1,194,527 

1,681.880 

399.314 

5.608 

86,018 

12,139 

101,857 

739,518 

35,094 

47,618 

9,957 

36,949 

2,764,828 

16,808 

82,282 

98,394 

9,937 

44,106 

132,606 

51,225 
182,576 
40,583 
35.103 
30.287 

122,207 

867,466 

14,537 

60,816 

37.754 

124.314 
23.219 

121,568 
75,130 
25,269 



kwh 

6.725.852 

1.892,690 
26,055,847 
10,976,014 

8,107,400 

999,203 

78,038,950 

126,391,760 

29,697.609 

556,490 

6,273,209 
1,103,710 
8,707,637 
55,650,282 
2,874,960 

3,515,268 

960,502 

3,033,935 

196,553,250 

1,551,930 

5,061,977 

10,794,035 

859.400 

4,055,760 

9,870,151 

3,956,767 
13,430,130 
3,338,460 
2,320,280 
2.472,350 

6,955,937 
56,363,214 
1,357,640 
5,346,938 
3.501,023 

8,036,525 
2,007,244 
9,100,493 
5,335,000 
2,876,937 



782 

284 

2,590 

1.173 

870 

146 

11.098 

18,614 

2.646 

78 

616 

198 

1,011 

6,218 

325 

377 

95 

311 

19,769 

196 

903 

1.180 

92 

418 
1.039 

603 

1.713 

363 

342 
265 

909 
9,521 
178 
664 
414 

1,305 
208 

1,102 
676 
364 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



149 



AT) CONSUMPTION 
Oember 31, 1970 

























Commercial and/or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












■It 


Av- 
erage 








ferage of 
istomers' 
onthly 
ads Billed 


li 


Av- 
erage 


ivenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
msun 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
tnsun: 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 








So S. 


Kwh 








<<6s^ 


Su^ 


Kwh* 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 





100.323 


6.808.192 


149 


4.172 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


21,406 


1,288.670 


75 


1.441 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


355,546 


34.780.411 


331 


8.904 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


119,324 


10.495.821 


270 


3.258 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


97,697 


7.495.824 


213 


2.953 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


89.176 


9.129.088 


20 


36.227 


0.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,078,221 


76,106,315 


972 


6,397 


1.42 


1.012.185 


79.048.966 


145 


35,038 


44.360 


1.28 


2,567,496 


250,799.573 


2.219 


9.478 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


125.754 


9.015,257 


240 


3.224 


1.39 


445.073 


33.715.358 


70 


12,051 


40.426 


1.32 


6,064 


521,650 


27 


1.640 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31.524 


1,906,923 


45 


3.493 


1.65 


8.046 


325.260 


7 


227 


3.872 


2.47 


4.767 


364,078 


17 


1.839 


1.31 


5,612 


195,600 


6 


251 


2.717 


2.87 


70,164 


4,909,380 


183 


2,242 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


914,409 


86,844.680 


865 


8,415 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


21,217 


1.253,690 


89 


§1,944 


1.69 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


35,350 


2,248,252 


94 


2,015 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,970 


226,513 


12 


1,398 


1.75 


4,620 


118,000 


3 


172 


4.917 


3.92 


39.692 


2,825.890 


77 


3,182 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.529.342 


112,719.178 


1,407 


6.834 


1.36 


1,350.417 


115,489,316 


205 


30.650 


47.062 


1.17 


2.219 
55.464 


148.770 
3.742,091 


4 


3,542 
2.181 


1.49 














142 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




105.228 


9.830.044 


258 


3.270 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1.873 


134,971 
1,389,820 


6 


1.730 
1.631 


1.39 














16.474 


73 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 




45.107 


2,739,608 


99 


2.354 


1.65 


21.591 


1.964.612 


10 


389 


16,372 


1.10 


16,867 


1,225,048 


77 


1,343 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




148.694 


12,131,615 


200 


5,145 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




36,469 


2.712.120 


78 


2,707 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




33,429 


1.950.605 


87 


1,912 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




9,779 


724.140 


22 


2,624 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




89.992 


5,474,945 


157 


2,925 


1.64 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




777.244 


50.803.850 


1.274 


3.339 


1.53 


1,228,927 


108.928,581 


293 


27.608 


31,194 


1.13 


5.014 


323.970 


15 


1,800 


1.55 


306 


5,700 


1 


19 


475 


5.37 


23,736 


1.464.745 


111 


1,105 


1.62 


17,864 


1.146.083 


29 


505 


3.351 


1.56 


66.159 


6,284.398 


84 


6.125 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 




41.142 


2,981,230 


108 


2.366 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




8,286 


557.901 


45 


1.675 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




98.005 


6,228.095 


217 


§3.100 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




31.495 


1.732.300 


106 


1.349 


1.82 


19.401 


1,739,700 


7 


463 


20.711 


1.12 


12.913 


993,362 


28 


3.066 


1.30 


4.563 


209,640 


5 


297 


3.494 


2.18 



150 



Municipal Electrical Service 



1 



CUSTOMERS, REVENE 

for the Year Ei«xr 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


30.307.365 


3,162 


804 


10,146.651 


1.267 


674 


5,388.316 


558 


811 


3,096.990 


297 


884 


25.506,914 


3.125 


670 


1.303,800 


217 


500 


6,884,930 


699 


837 


3,048,003 


274 


939 


1,331,460 


216 


517 


1,066,630 


212 


§411 


3,000.780 


328 


764 


1.283,592 


159 


§634 


19.226.747 


1.408 


1,142 


1.365,731 


149 


769 


8,392,029 


1.373 


511 


4,306,527 


569 


§612 


2.314,685 


325 


§565 


1,851,780 


242 


627 


5.001.870 


805 


§484 


1.450.627 


178 


689 


17.129,726 


1.969 


732 


843,326 


93 


§656 


3,735,250 


484 


§642 


39,927,664 


4,882 


680 


8,412,664 


1,769 


396 


6,698,180 


824 


§648 


1,322,100 


303 


364 


199,151,765 


32.542 


§508 


3,103,800 


436 


596 


12,554,602 


1.326 


§784 


2,939,150 


383 


650 


888,480 


152 


495 


5,225,085 


589 


750 


2,370,050 


216 


892 


4,438,490 


345 


1.094 


3,376,900 


550 


513 


2,193,970 


362 


511 


528,250 


151 


297 


4,905,798 


479 


866 


16,612,408 


1.512 


942 



Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colbome , 

Coldwater.... 
Collingwood. 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown.... 

Cottam 

Courtright.... 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River... 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester.... 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

tEnglehart 

Erieau 

Erie Beach.... 

Erin 

Espanola 



10.881 

4,845 

1,560 

761 

9.262 

0640 
2,933 

799 
0650 

626 

958 
©400 
5,574 
0450 
3,694 

1,830 

©1,150 

735 

2,375 

©460 

6,737 
©300 
1,053 
16,577 
5,343 

2,470 

838 

100,878 

1,354 

4,610 

1,082 

©500 

1,839 

692 

©1,400 

1,737 
x510 
x220 
1.365 
5.607 



3.658 

1,511 

654 

352 

3.674 

244 
765 
309 
264 
233 

397 
192 

1,546 
158 

1,666 

643 
388 
311 
991 
185 

2,260 

126 

550 

5,258 

2,106 

983 

378 

35,022 

513 

1,564 

487 
161 
667 
277 
414 

662 
397 
153 
525 
1,706 



kw 

19,376 
5.865 
2,308 
1,365 

16,663 

560 

2,439 

1,007 

468 

417 

1,120 

472 
8,013 

454 
4,765 

1,961 
864 
837 

3,220 
460 

7,422 

416 

1,527 

17,962 

6,045 

2,933 

653 

104,608 

1,583 

8,446 

1,576 
347 

2,130 
806 

2,318 

1.440 

624 

154 

1,401 

6,047 



$ 

340,452 

150,846 

64,555 

34,823 

315,028 

18,363 
82,046 
33,965 
18,091 
16,920 

34,478 
17,368 

203,909 
16,482 

102,836 

48,581 
28,528 
25,831 
64,888 
15,261 

234,860 

10,333 

42,568 

538.825 

115,369 

79,225 

21,689 

2,414,075 

34,555 

145.934 

32,625 
9,253 
71,768 
28,501 
61.913 

51,365 

26,438 

9,092 

53,925 

210,282 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



151 



\D CONSUMPTION 
D^ember 31, 1970 



Commercial and/or 


General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












•2 6 


Av- 








♦a 


■11 


Av- 








>.9'B 


erage 










>> g- ° 


erage 






Cus- 


onthl 
msun 
r Cus 


Cost 






Cus- 


S)S2^ 


s i s 


Cost 


jvenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


feel's 


§1^ 


per 








So S. 


Kwh 








<di3 


Sc3 s. 


Kwhi 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 





288.220 


23,648,952 


468 


4,136 


1.22 


361.774 


44,259,676 


28 


9.214 


147,532 


0.82 


104.168 


6.502,718 


233 


2,316 


1.60 


60.190 


5,339,760 


11 


1.092 


40,453 


1.13 


51,485 


3,804,326 


96 


2,935 


1.35 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


26,447 


1,861.006 


55 


2,899 


1.42 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


208.087 


15.000.016 


499 


2,604 


1.39 


501,600 


49,936,088 


50 


11,611 


80,026 


1.00 


11.815 


725.587 


27 


2,371 


1.63 




* 


■i< 


* 


* 


* 


j 13,343 


890,410 


57 


1,313 


1.50 


11,199 


636,950 


9 


297 


6.635 


1.76 


9,638 


597.007 


35 


1,442 


1.61 




* 


* 


■tc 


* 


>« 


8,856 


522.890 


48 


917 


1.69 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,701 


551.350 


21 


§2,601 


1.58 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,522 


1.162.020 


69 


1,435 


1.51 




♦ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,848 


571.990 


33 


§1.966 


1.90 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


125,472 


9.559.935 


133 


6,058 


1.31 


17,273 


1,139,720 


5 


529 


18,995 


1.52 


5,023 
139,197 


304,560 
10,537,988 


9 


2,820 


1.65 














293 


2,962 


1.32 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


46,912 


3.399.115 


74 


§6,225 


1.38 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


15,735 


948.080 


63 


§1,736 


1.66 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,998 


1,142,583 


69 


1.561 


1.49 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


42,041 


2,609,710 


163 


§2.078 


1.61 


102.622 


7,790,620 


23 


2,514 


28.227 


1.32 


2,617 


162,168 


6 


2.457 


1.61 


229 


12,290 


1 


6 


1.024 


1.86 


163,132 


12,765,804 


291 


3.707 


1.28 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,062 


475,600 


31 


§2.142 


1.48 


7,635 


316,500 


2 


198 


13.188 


2.41 


35,010 


2,369,450 


66 


§3,101 


1.48 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


240,319 


16,530,161 


267 


5,150 


1.45 


244,230 


20,668.110 


109 


6,352 


15,729 


1.18 


229,260 


18.560.053 


337 


4,652 


1.24 




* 


* 


4: 


* 


* 


75,962 


5.262.770 


159 


§3,792 


1.44 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,358 


1.032,344 


69 


1,212 


1.58 


3,986 


113,261 


6 


154 


1.452 


3.52 


2,044,643 


174,302,616 


2,141 


§7,104 


1.17 


1,321,133 


135,675.680 


339 


32.208 


49.481 


0.97 


25,377 


1,576,261 


69 


1.799 


1.61 


14,319 


1,041,366 


8 


397 


10,848 


1.38 


72.539 


4,871,546 


193 


§2.289 


1.49 


212,303 


20,281,166 


45 


4,940 


37.980 


1.05 


43.109 


3,073,886 


104 


2.463 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


>|: 


* 


* 


2.071 


142,086 


8 


1,480 


1.46 


2,116 


106,000 


1 


68 


8,833 


2.00 


42.301 


2,892.879 


78 


3.214 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


11.735 


693,695 


61 


1.014 


1.69 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


39.429 


2,655,450 


69 


3.278 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


34,083 


1.927.700 


107 


1,508 


1.77 


8,361 


748,600 


5 


189 


11,342 


1.12 


8,231 


541,330 


32 


1,455 


1.52 


8,098 


345.275 


3 


215 


8.221 


2.35 


292 


15,840 


2 


528 


1.84 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


* 


* 


18,434 


1,344,564 


37 


3,156 


1.37 


25,319 


1,304,711 


9 


1.421 


12.081 


1.94 


84,520 


5,946,663 


188 


2,548 


1.42 


5,747 


367,770 


6 


148 


5,108 


1.56 

























152 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVEN%^ 

for the Year £1^!^ 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


8,766,576 


1,118 


660 


692,898.062 


80,991 


715 


11,808,782 


1,186 


§809 


6,164.650 


764 


680 


14,085.483 


1,626 


735 


992.481 


140 


591 


1.755,210 


199 


744 


6,609,493 


835 


665 


7,535,389 


797 


§745 


5,471,797 


592 


772 


85,244,172 


9,957 


726 


36,366,696 


4,659 


664 


5,960,300 


960 


517 


2,672,120 


576 


414 


83,096,770 


7,604 


§951 


18,048,610 


2,388 


634 


3,157,160 


754 


349 


2,807,880 


317 


721 


871,940 


111 


664 


9,761.215 


1,298 


630 


13.849.861 


2,236 


532 


151.300.042 


15,427 


830 


4.553,390 


717 


534 


7.722,100 


917 


710 


570,194,178 


87,866 


548 


14,111,567 


1,691 


702 


5,046,028 


616 


689 


6,448,059 


613 


876 


2,376,550 


373 


532 


3,123,418 


418 


626 


21.510.195 


2,542 


737 


9,759,498 


826 


§976 


2,671,850 


311 


§694 


12,331.447 


1,747 


598 


795,330 


157 


421 


565,360 


80 


593 


9,865,740 


1,142 


726 


14,240,740 


2,332 


516 


3,813,632 


386 


837 


1,593.830 


278 


486 



Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

tGeraldton 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp, 

Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

tHaileybury 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

IngersoU 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 



3.821 
275,877 
3,278 
1,443 
5,319 

404 

506 

®3.000 

2,270 

1,926 

37,380 

15,943 

3,097 

1,355 

31.992 

6,583 

x711 

908 

0350 

03,300 

6.800 
57,202 

2,281 
©3,300 
296.857 

4.943 
1,757 
1,881 
873 
1.185 

8,753 
3,379 

908 
6,101 

410 

0170 

©3,500 

7.388 

1.201 

932 



1.349 

86,590 

1,421 

892 

1,873 

181 
266 
922 
974 
685 

11,240 

5,089 

1.161 

706 

8,310 

2,755 
874 
383 
126 

1,544 

2,459 

16,792 

900 

1,097 
97.850 

1.967 
759 
764 
448 
490 

2,793 
996 
399 

1,946 
178 

99 

1,394 

2.657 

462 

344 



kw 
3.797 
359.083 
4,116 
2,896 
10,127 

456 
1,053 
2,367 
2.801 
2,022 

49,835 

17,713 

2,556 

1,385 

40.498 

10.201 

1,002 

1,103 

310 

4,663 

6,702 

87,717 

3,014 

3,414 

618.220 

8.626 
2.339 
2.481 
1.009 
1,196 

11,194 
7,081 
1.670 

10.720 
467 

216 
5.433 
8,617 
1,702 

687 



$ 

112,953 

8,582.674 

146.034 

82.842 

183.113 

11,752 
18,347 
86,586 
86.327 
65.542 

1.094,397 

514.979 

92.886 

36.730 

1.181.206 

225.508 
55.883 
32.349 
11.856 

118.864 

171,588 

2,010,014 

66,379 

105,827 
7,578.664 

165.171 
65,878 
82.808 
32,470 
34.585 

255.659 
121,233 

33,347 
177.602 

10.274 

6.101 

120.258 

219,007 

41,447 

23,317 



See footnotes on page 164. 



i 










Statement C 








153 


AD CONSUMPTION 


















D ember 31, 1970 




















Commercial and/or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 














Av- 
erage 










■Vb 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


S § S 


Cost 






Cus- 


8)63™ 


s s ^ 


Cost 


evenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Avera 
Custo 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh* 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 





110.627 


8,222,722 


231 


2,986 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,792,166 


367,805.917 


4,062 


7,735 


1.30 


8,583,245 


866,127,499 


1,537 


197,676 


48,409 


0.99 


48,131 


2.878,751 


189 


§1,594 


1.67 


67,939 


4,207,735 


46 


1,779 


7,541 


1.61 


56,893 


3,989,945 


128 


2,558 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


64,094 


3,990,321 


208 


1,610 


1.61 


332,620 


29,325,546 


39 


8,044 


58,887 


1.13 


8,812 


563,800 


41 


1,132 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


27.432 


2,026,520 


67 


2,502 


1.35 


♦ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


35,786 


2,410,989 


87 


2,309 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


69,579 


4,797.132 


177 


§3,272 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


22,451 


1,604.350 


93 


1,378 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


527,988 


37,223,399 


...33 


2.814 


1.42 


1.194.970 


122,888.140 


150 


29,435 


68.500 


0.97 


559,258 


47,456,738 


430 


9,507 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


75,058 


4,690,000 


187 


2,107 


1.60 


2.723 


139,900 


14 


79 


833 


1.95 


31,176 


1.805.600 


111 


1,387 


1.73 


23,273 


1,178,170 


19 


666 


5.307 


1.98 


859,235 


72.419,125 


652 


§11.238 


1.19 


313,399 


23,433,829 


54 


6,940 


36,163 


1.34 


92,223 


6,346,631 


292 


1.784 


1.45 


285,307 


25,614.304 


75 


6,825 


29,240 


1.11 


38,324 
15,607 


2,224,030 
956,930 


120 


1.564 


1.72 














60 


1.556 


1.63 


4,175 


243,320 


6 


145 


3.379 


1.72 


2,943 


139,680 


15 


665 


2.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


103,026 


8,170.104 


246 


2,867 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


117,551 


8.465.462 


196 


3,636 


1.39 


37,374 


2,340,005 


27 


1.150 


7.222 


1.60 


1,013,216 


68.742.457 


1,233 


4.742 


1.47 


2,321.407 


242,508,094 


132 


51,966 


152.521 


0.96 


110,601 


7,470,141 


183 


3.329 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


74,501 


4,305.800 


169 


2.142 


1.73 


11,300 


981,200 


11 


258 


7.787 


1.15 


5,907,442 


455,516.904 


9,190 


4.146 


1.30 


22,625,488 


2,912,239,991 


794 


499,493 


294,701 


0.78 


92,155 


6.850.149 


240 


2.404 


1.35 


143,836 


12,602,800 


36 


4,140 


27,638 


1.14 


69,668 


5,590,933 


143 


3.364 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


, 66,760 


4,605.799 


151 


2,500 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


24,583 


1.759,190 


75 


1,995 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


18,984 


1,395,062 


72 


1,661 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


360,182 


31,392,384 


251 


10,570 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


68,114 


4,594,163 


153 


§2,735 


1.48 


106,445 


8,288,411 


17 


2,515 


40,629 


1.28 


16.459 


979,530 


68 


§1,458 


1.68 


43,660 


2,865,250 


20 


1,110 


12,907 


1.52 


406.243 


36,795,436 


199 


14,706 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,009 


282,620 


18 


1,346 


1.42 


13,162 


584,180 


3 


257 


16,227 


2.25 


1,175 


66,830 


17 


328 


1.76 


773 


37,400 


2 


17 


1,558 


2.07 


; 137,757 


11,769.246 


252 


3,971 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


i 279,389 


25.020.120 


325 


6,366 


1.12 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1 34,706 


2,588,600 


76 


2.896 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1 18,411 


1,111,061 


66 


1.424 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 

























154 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENI^CO 
for the Year En^^ 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



it 



Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

tMattawa 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 



12,512 

2.307 

12,960 

782 
2,866 

©1,950 

56,530 

3,872 

©200 

107,198 

2,167 

©2,700 

936 

569 

1,480 

538 

9,711 

11.716 

4.512 

212,986 

1,368 
1,123 
1,038 
©580 
1,353 

197 

1.094 

©10.068 

1.427 

©380 

1.229 
2.930 
677 
1.788 
4.066 

©650 

841 

11,007 

990 

906 



2,366 
984 

4,663 
305 

1,528 

550 

19,521 

1,598 

118 
33,045 

853 
825 
306 
224 
492 

169 

3,725 

4.563 

1.822 

67,079 

439 
414 
497 
185 
625 

118 
548 
2,921 
545 
122 

402 
764 
334 
396 
1,749 

292 
382 
3,830 
377 
362 



kw 
7,755 
4,233 

13,522 

803 

4,184 

2,057 

78,868 

4.860 

237 

147.632 

2.883 

2.177 

850 

722 

1,176 

503 

12,053 

20.189 

6,856 

234,449 

1,340 
1,301 
1,405 

577 
2,197 

231 
1,808 

12.948 

1,595 

276 

1,344 
2.604 
1.161 
1.019 
6.086 

684 

1,032 

16,851 

863 

860 



$ 

220.962 
105.305 
364.139 
20.064 
127.911 

68.183 

1.645.736 

130,534 

8.849 

2,923,615 

77,775 
87,547 
22,794 
17,632 
44.836 

15,539 

282,036 

407.557 

153,095 

6,853,394 

39.558 
45,420 
32.320 
18.071 
44.533 

7.011 

40,001 

410.722 

47.849 

7.564 

43.543 

101.562 

24,453 

37,119 

149,731 

17,259 
28.598 
320,110 
33,831 
34,023 



kwh 
17,991,641 

8,350.049 
32,134.820 

1.599,215 
11.175.250 

5.833.205 

141,999.141 

10.025,820 

648.000 

237,291,851 

7,253.845 
6,696,264 
1,980,590 
1,590,080 
3,849.140 

1,176,502 

19,952,095 

34,267,720 

13.934.790 

416.886,926 

3,356,739 
3,557,070 
3.169,090 
1.639.674 
4.446,446 

495.030 

3.742.560 

30.623.230 

3.757.578 

665,990 

3,483.830 
6.858.700 
2,253,669 
3.243.701 
11,263,787 

1,582,540 
2,240,242 
27,418,616 
2,953,448 
2,681,246 



2,069 
792 

3,784 
258 

1.274 

524 

16.537 

1.357 

95 

29,766 

769 
794 
261 
179 
440 

154 

3,137 

3.894 

1.556 

61.189 

407 
355 
398 
164 
482 

83 

447 

2,638 

460 

100 

341 
658 
262 
352 
1,500 

224 
317 
3,357 
343 
315 



See footnotes on page 164, 



Statement C 



155 



D CONSUMPTION 

Trember 31, 1970 



























Commercial and/or General Service 






Industrial Power Service 






(including flat-r?ite water-heaters) 
























■Vb 


Av- 










--C. 1 


li 


Av- 








>. e-5 


erage 










Oh ^ 


>> 9'2 


erage 


.avenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
msurr 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


istom 
onthl 
ads I 


onthl; 
msun: 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 








So S. 


Kwh 










<6'^3 


Scj ^ 


Kwh* 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


^ 


$ 


kwh 






kw 


kwh 




168.977 


11,381,796 


271 


3,487 


1.48 


10.024 


738,558 




26 


298 


2.367 


1.36 


119,978 


8,609,094 


192 


3,965 


1.39 


■Ic 


* 


* 




* 


* 




344,485 


21,365,872 


781 


§3.775 


1.61 


64,042 


3,989,042 




98 


1,519 


3.341 


1.61 


11,783 


930.925 


47 


1,668 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 




* 


4> 




58.391 


3,758,450 


225 


§1.519 


1.55 


35.707 


2.268,042 




29 


916 


6.632 


1.57 


27.897 


2.230.065 


23 


7,908 


1.25 


2.578 


176.773 




3 


73 


4.209 


1.46 


1.582.294 


138.833.953 


2,830 


4,108 


1.14 


707.613 


81.648,402 




154 


18,223 


42.793 


0.87 


114.358 


8.439.551 


241 


2.943 


1.36 


iti 


* 


* 




* 


* 




2.124 


137,090 


23 


508 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 




* 


* 




2.461.825 


178,461,618 


3,052 


4.947 


1.38 


3,395.430 


326,082.031 




227 


74.209 


119.971 


1.04 


60.102 


4.167,765 


73 


4,570 


1.44 


13,384 


930,323 




11 


405 


7.048 


1.44 


23.863 


1.678.938 


29 


4,909 


1.42 


2.933 


222,028 




2 


64 


9.251 


1.32 


19.647 


1.275.975 


45 


2,473 


1.54 






* 




« 


iH 




10,906 


868,190 


45 


1,573 


1.26 






* 




* 


* 




12.364 


781.680 


48 


1.343 


1.58 


1.582 


156.340 




4 


30 


3.257 


1.01 


8.396 


627,710 


15 


3,375 


1.34 






4> 




III 


■ti 




442.190 


39.641.919 


588 


5,524 


1.12 






* 




* 


* 




624.096 


63.127.775 


669 


7,893 


0.99 






* 




* 


* 




108.962 


8.108.014 


240 


§3,592 


1.34 


71.173 


6,072,092 




26 


1.992 


19.095 


1.17 


8.389,256 


740.645.068 


5,890 


10,561 


1.13 






>l< 




m 


* 




22.492 


1.635.513 


30 


4,620 


1.38 


734 


14,662 




2 


47 


611 


5.01 


23.754 


1,430.210 


59 


§2,683 


1.66 






* 




* 


* 




16,101 


1,090,070 


88 


1,032 


1.48 


20,891 


1.017,640 




11 


524 


8.077 


2.05 


9,653 


778,550 


21 


4,836 


1.24 






* 




* 


>i> 




44,861 


3,596,057 


143 


§2,688 


1.25 






* 




* 


* 




4,411 


312,547 


35 


789 


1.41 






* 




* 


'It 




36,783 


2,910,600 


101 


2,390 


1.26 






* 




:4i 


* 




306,614 


23,482,233 


283 


§7,288 


1.31 






* 




>ii 


* 




26,210 


1,800,550 


85 


2,291 


1.46 






* 




* 


* 




4,017 


246.360 


22 


§1,151 


1.63 






* 




■f 


* 




16,178 


1.301.398 


61 


1,793 


1.24 






* 




* 


* 




76,877 


5.392,100 


106 


4,122 


1.43 






* 




* 


t^ 




27,964 


1,989.448 


72 


2,319 


1.41 






* 




* 


i«i 




11,547 


698,987 


41 


1,456 


1.65 


2.118 


218,120 




3 


57 


7,271 


0.97 


77,632 


5,297,827 


215 


2,034 


1.47 


109.690 


8,489,371 




34 


2.393 


20.506 


1.29 


11,659 


747,353 


62 


1,013 


1.56 


10.238 


423,380 




6 


274 


5.880 


2.42 


20,446 


1,543,335 


65 


2,091 


1.32 






* 




* 


♦ 




557,000 


50.100.180 


473 


9,116 


1.11 






* 




<¥ 


♦ 




8,204 


481,370 


27 


1,459 


1.70 


4.262 


235,530 




7 


151 


2.804 


1.81 


9,391 


563,302 


47 


1,657 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 




* 


4> 





























156 


Municipal Electrical Service 


















CUSTOMERS, 


REVENE 












for the Year Ened 












Residential Service 










Peak 


(including flat-rate water-heaters) 














Municipality 






Load 
Decem- 








>>|l 


e e 




Popula- 


Total 


ber 






Cus- 


2 i s 


(t 




tion 


Customers 


1970 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


II a 


Ih 








kw 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 




Milton 


5,832 


2.006 


9.733 


183,585 


15,538,146 


1,657 


765 


18 


Milverton 


1,179 


524 


1.426 


41.822 


3,270,568 


430 


635 


28 


Mississauga 


137,233 


35.725 


233,242 


4,886.184 


385,952,580 


33,421 


983 


27 


Mitchell 


2,452 


1,063 


3,571 


91,454 


7,127,449 


887 


672 


28 


Moorefield 


8300 


154 


491 


14,086 


1,137.000 


141 


670 


24 


Morrisburg 


1,972 


839 


2,835 


76.182 


6.387,475 


714 


763 


K 


Mount Brydges 


®1 200 


456 


902 


33 521 


2,564,910 


427 


505 


31 


Mount Forest 


2,946 


1,310 


4,155 


112,718 


9.879.200 


1.073 


775 


14 


Napanee 


4.552 


1.824 


5,927 


132.197 


10.867,686 


1.528 


592 


22 


Nepean Twp 


60,639 


14,901 


81.794 


2.372,306 


175.845,631 


13,520 


§1,096 


35 


Neustadt 


587 


232 


648 


18,263 


1,601,100 


192 


700 


14 


Newboro. 


305 


177 


364 


13,873 


951.580 


154 


518 


46 


Newburgh 


584 


213 


588 


18,253 


1.243,863 


181 


579 


47 


Newbury 


297 


156 


306 


7,687 


550,250 


128 


370 


40 


Newcastle 


1,877 


651 


2.616 


69.101 


5,246,265 


556 


800 


32 




2,856 


1,030 
1,936 


3.642 


121,614 
187,567 


9,490,430 


862 


940 


?.^ 


tNew Liskeard 


5,386 


6,822 


13,664,100 


1,612 


711 


37 


Newmarket 


©10,483 


3,519 


14,215 


342,514 


27,226,004 


3,051 


757 


26 


Niagara 


03,100 


1.196 


2,807 


98,216 


7,736,202 


1.062 


§593 


27 


Niagara Falls 


©59,800 


18,455 


58,781 


1.531,636 


104,859.788 


16,206 


543 


16 


Nipigon Twp 


2,563 


812 


2,624 


67,541 


5,645,721 


672 


704 




North Bay 


45 258 


15,129 

127,688 

725 


58,876 


1,497,013 

12.478,273 

53,971 


114 942,878 


13,147 


736 




North York 


472 715 


543,687 


1 019 563.219 


116.101 


§733 




Norwich 


1,742 


1.458 


4,464,700 


612 


607 




Norwood 


1,163 


482 


1.276 


36,548 


3,455,853 


416 


§695 




Oakville 


57,393 


16.722 


118,044 


2,157,103 


156,673,353 


14,566 


917 






566 


258 


469 


13,049 
26,952 


963,160 


185 


435 




Omemee 


776 


327 


612 


2,137,622 


300 


599 




Orangeville 


7,703 


2,637 


9,373 


262,939 


17,779,190 


2,255 


666 




OriUia 


21.355 


7.715 


34,690 


636,996 


54,113,730 


6,779 


670 


i 


Orono 


©1,000 


415 


833 


44.276 


3.230.417 


356 


758 




Oshawa 


87,378 


26.333 


137.283 


2,853,489 


240.498,087 


23.818 


860 




Ottawa 


©315,839 


101.675 


418,808 


7,235,441 


810,696,384 


89.632 


754 




Otterville 


©800 


302 


648 


23,108 


1,773,544 


246 


§588 






17,789 
749 


6,480 
358 


24,965 
1,106 


631,781 
26,106 


54.828,429 


5.494 


§794 




Paisley 


2.359.100 


285 


706 




Palmerston 


1.793 


741 


2.160 


66,252 


5,138,726 


635 


686 




Paris 


6.271 


2.354 


6.763 


188,600 


12,664,821 


2,059 


524 




Parkhill 


1.119 


527 


1,450 


42,447 


3,286,190 


415 


661 




Parry Sound 


5.510 


2.280 


7,900 


225,839 


20,154,093 


2,040 


828 






See footnotes on page 164. 
















i 



Id consumption 

^U^ember 31, 1970 



Statement C 



157 



Commercial and/or 


General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












y 

iption 
tomer 


Av- 
erage 








'^erage of 
istomers' 
onthly 
lads Billed 


Jl 


Av- 
erage 


evenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
msun 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
msun: 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 








Su S. 


Kwh 










So S. 


Kwhl 


\ $ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 





337.719 


32.024.060 


349 


7,713 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


* 


26,881 


1.468,149 


77 


1,559 


1.83 


16.735 


863.804 


17 


493 


4,234 


1.94 


3.051.093 


228,584.710 


1,815 


11,305 


1.33 


5.562,458 


577.618.850 


489 


115,712 


102,197 


0.96 


112,512 


8,527,407 


176 


4,168 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3.002 


165,920 


11 


1.257 


1.81 


8.565 


702.000 


2 


170 


29,250 


1.22 


60.046 


4,230,086 


125 


2.765 


1.42 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


* 


* 


10,022 


640,920 


25 


2,015 


1.56 


7,538 


496.988 


4 


206 


8,283 


1.52 


84.627 


6,067.940 


237 


2.161 


1.39 


>i< 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


171.554 


14.266.860 


296 


4.017 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


■n 


1,426.475 


101,920.014 


1.308 


§7.264 


1.40 


840,589 


76.841.026 


73 


15.446 


89,558 


1.09 


1 4.608 


345,585 


38 


758 


1.33 


3.300 


124.080 


2 


130 


5,170 


2.66 


3,060 


197,070 


23 


730 


1.55 


* 


>|s 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14.002 


791.834 


32 


2,030 


1.77 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,124 


625.220 


26 


1,966 


1.30 


5.184 


207.350 


2 


151 


8.640 


2.50 


22.413 


1,414.019 


78 


1,625 


1.59 


41.771 


3.076.120 


17 


921 


15,536 


1.36 


43,627 


2,662.528 


143 


1,768 


1.64 


49.837 


2.726.507 


25 


1,207 


8,910 


1.83 


155,647 


9,162.200 


304 


2.512 


1.70 


65.500 


4,804,200 


20 


1.474 


20.018 


1.36 


407,941 


33,087,227 


468 


5.923 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


60.804 


4.179,225 


134 


§3.286 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.797.695 


131,577,061 


2.153 


5.167 


1.37 


659,328 


58,893,888 


96 


14.416 


51,123 


1.12 


82,812 


7,280,653 


140 


4,334 


1.14 


* 


. 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,624.249 


141,719,269 


1,982 


6,032 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17.885.050 


1,605,268,638 


11.587 


§12,279 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


25.014 


1,581,204 


113 


1.187 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


18,632 


1,326,454 


66 


§2.211 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,976,365 


532,025,290 


2,156 


20.717 


0.94 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,275 


1,255.960 


73 


1.396 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,100 


595.419 


26 


1.946 


1.86 


4,116 


408,591 


1 


74 


34,049 


1.01 


289,772 


21.573.706 


382 


4,769 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


355,124 


27.279.129 


788 


2.948 


1.30 


646,705 


60,666,878 


148 


23.035 


35,108 


1.07 


15,858 


919,500 


53 


1,474 


1.72 


16.418 


985,230 


6 


352 


11.729 


1.67 


4.396.125 


409,659,008 


2,515 


13,663 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


15,152,195 


1.258,445,700 


11,910 


8,854 


1.20 


587.948 


52,629,438 


133 


14.208 


31.216 


1.12 


i 12,562 


721,638 


56 


§1,203 


1.74 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


; 290.590 


22.379.359 


863 


§3,161 


1.30 


459.169 


50,548,191 


123 


12.131 


32,909 


0.91 


' 20,011 


1.362.110 


73 


1.610 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


39,765 


2,535.981 


90 


2.335 


1.57 


12.156 


825,649 


16 


422 


4,170 


1.47 


191,807 


16,906.415 


295 


4.825 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


25,900 


1.472.090 


94 


1.278 


1.76 


26,259 


1,282,300 


18 


685 


5,937 


2.05 


, 125,564 


8.975.530 


210 


3.613 


1.40 


46,730 


4,215.294 


30 


1.232 


11,517 


1.11 


1 























158 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENICJO 

for the Year En^^^ 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


38.451,213 


4,425 


726 


12.880,359 


1,461 


764 


13,961,836 


1,839 


635 


167.178,690 


16,729 


846 


8.135,428 


1,284 


531 


5,137.213 


641 


693 


13.664,070 


1,599 


719 


2,208.621 


216 


864 


1,520,894 


170 


750 


4,181,790 


759 


458 


1,294,100 


366 


§287 


3,549,500 


547 


549 


28,798,345 


5.057 


476 


15,855,982 


2,296 


571 


6,921,100 


1,360 


427 


11.912.007 


1,175 


§835 


22.789,237 


2,661 


714 


4.351,600 


621 


583 


9,882.023 


922 


899 


1,462.210 


297 


421 


5,521,964 


1,019 


449 


3,787,400 


326 


968 


13,209,166 


1,656 


§629 


34,368,272 


4,369 


671 


354,850 


77 


408 


1,412,390 


147 


812 


1,868,935 


188 


842 


3,562,240 


338 


§798 


2,996,700 


354 


708 


23,424,419 


2,709 


734 


6,436,630 


574 


958 


44.466.600 


4,882 


759 


5,187.637 


1,003 


433 


1.954,010 


216 


761 


7,566,851 


890 


721 


3,140.307 


292 


§831 


1.917.011 


368 


435 


949,810 


127 


628 


2,080,650 


207 


848 


194,897,388 


29,390 


560 



Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

tPort Carling 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

tPowassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill.... 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 



15,299 
5,344 
5,503 

55,997 
4,008 

2,185 
4,676 
888 
®560 
2,767 

667 

0x550 

©18,500 

9,052 

3,309 

2,503 
8,820 
1,391 
2,910 
842 

xl,482 
1.021 
4.902 

15,612 
©130 

©430 
©560 
1,112 
1,866 
8,904 

2.041 

©20.138 

2,842 

436 

3,499 

©1,000 

1,064 

237 

©605 

104.969 



5,135 
1,658 
2,209 
18.728 
1,498 

730 
1,928 
267 
213 
928 

424 

628 

5,668 

2,882 

1,589 

1,375 
3,056 

647 
1,083 

390 

1,124 

412 

1,902 

4,728 
84 

196 
203 
430 
385 
3,104 

625 
5,562 
1,186 

235 
1,012 

338 
458 
144 
246 
32,449 



kw 
16,471 

5,713 

8.159 

79.997 

3.954 

2.163 
6.357 
1,410 
899 
6,200 

402 

1,296 

16,943 

20,563 

3,179 

4,133 

14,178 

1,969 

3,814 

656 

1,602 

1,608 

6.428 

20.260 

132 

544 

526 

1,597 

1,310 

10,679 

2,494 

21,936 

2,914 

762 

2,978 

990 
893 
318 
889 
159,392 



526,814 
152,579 
178,212 
2.137.220 
113.309 

69,358 
169,290 
29,679 
15,571 
60,734 

27,057 

58.725 

441,567 

209,617 

98,294 

143,048 
293,924 

53,171 
119,962 

23,284 

88,072 

48.029 

128,866 

421,308 

5,866 

14,315 
17,857 
48,200 
34,336 
260.731 

75.989 
538.783 
78,370 
20,636 
97,163 

41,877 
27,309 
11,491 
23.077 
2,959,056 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



159 



AI[) CONSUMPTION 
Desmber 31, 1970 



Commercial and/or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












Ji 


Av- 
erage 








•d 


II 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


s i 3 


Cost 






Cus- 


1=^2^ 


2 i 3 


Cost 


venue 


Consumption 


tomers 


o S >- 


per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 




li^ 


per 








S O Q. 


Kwh 








> 3 JL o 




Kwh* 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


a 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 




576,010 


39,120,332 


710 


4,563 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




136,747 


11.754.654 


197 


4,814 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




229.343 


20.225.031 


370 


4,662 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




2.601,338 


255.873.045 


1.999 


10,813 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




83,511 


4,774,222 


181 


2,156 


1.75 


74.223 


3.375.786 


33 


1,842 


8.791 


2.20 


39,642 


3.053.941 


89 


3,048 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




102,172 


7.603,646 


295 


2,174 


1.34 


41,662 


3.639.270 


34 


1,193 


8,920 


1.14 


31.720 


2,424,999 


51 


4,082 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




34.800 


3,142.440 


43 


6,310 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




336.535 


30,713.179 


169 


15,606 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




8.893 


505,470 


58 


§1.053 


1.76 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




26.375 


1,315,300 


74 


1,481 


2.01 


2.147 


147.800 


7 


67 


1,760 


1.45 


612.645 


58.012.852 


611 


7,938 


1.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1,032,717 


120.560.259 


586 


16.999 


0.86 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




91,312 


6,339.408 


229 


2.243 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




52,911 


3,417.882 


183 


§2,170 


1.55 


39,880 


2.699.730 


17 


1.044 


13,234 


1.48 


436,284 


40.351.031 


395 


8,567 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




32,774 


1,599,310 


26 


5,029 


2.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




71.853 


5,317,191 


161 


2.778 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




15,942 


907,905 


93 


845 


1.76 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




27,051 


1,641,205 


105 


1.315 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




31,540 


2,039.300 


79 


2,165 


1.55 


1.370 


58.700 


7 


46 


753 


2.33 


147,543 


12,613,826 


246 


§5,818 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




160,558 


10,484,101 


218 


4,190 


1.53 


535.959 


47,384.039 


141 


15.170 


28,205 


1.13 


981 
8,672 


22.280 
668,425 


7 
49 


286 
1,148 


4.40 
1.30 














* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




4,715 


343,151 


15 


3,466 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




28,707 


1.878,969 


92 


§2,466 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




28,525 


2.577,288 


31 


6.928 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




112,231 


9,177,186 


345 


2.173 


1.22 


126.267 


11,802,642 


50 


3,917 


19.476 


1.07 


36,382 


2,797,860 


51 


4.527 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




627.554 


59,307,389 


680 


7.382 


1.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




98.599 


6,576,721 


183 


2.973 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


=f: 


* 




4.467 


282,510 


13 


1,744 


1.58 


4.270 


389,575 


6 


123 


5.411 


1.10 


1 45.986 


3,234,721 


122 


2,375 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




8,308 


469,180 


46 


§1,700 


1.77 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




22,628 


1,670,520 


90 


1,555 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




3,475 


250,950 


17 


1,230 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1 13,578 


1,044,110 


39 


2,203 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




S,004,581 


593.449.407 


3.059 


15,938 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 





160 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENE,c 

for the Year Ei ad.^ 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1970 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




i 
kwh 


5,374,199 


522 


861 


2.070,045 


286 


604 


2,524,260 


235 


899 


12,194.250 


1.478 


655 


55,976,163 


7.928 


594 


29.828.290 


3.071 


844 


112.056,709 


15.315 


612 


713,320.935 


81.011 


740 


6.189.875 


605 


853 


5.464.200 


970 


473 


5.378.430 


747 


600 


5,829.440 


637 


805 


23,314,385 


3.390 


578 


8,407,685 


841 


846 


25,788,240 


3,149 


684 


7,585.610 


1.281 


505 


2.094,048 


345 


509 


11,684,800 


1.850 


529 


3,088,653 


323 


798 


1,147,440 


156 


621 


5,478,850 


720 


659 


4,637,288 


521 


747 


19,390,978 


2.035 


793 


12,909,680 


1.326 


§798 


60,580,849 


6.967 


727 


15,161,130 


1.954 


652 


11,961,562 


1.466 


687 


15,317,241 


1.705 


767 


236,826,610 


24.571 


787 


2,114,220 


244 


730 


2,655,399 


287 


785 


6,701,127 


830 


677 


2,223,606 


218 


§816 


4,628,970 


456 


860 


32,540,200 


5,078 


536 


10.133,930 


1,391 


613 


2.932.203 


375 


660 


6.155.495 


420 


§1.219 


4.379.099 


449 


817 


2.314.250 


354 


544 



St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Samia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

tSchumacher 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

tSouth Porcupine 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

tTeck Twp 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 



1,939 

0975 

0930 

4,495 

24,418 

10.863 

56.750 

312.284 

2,109 

2,781 

1,970 
1.542 
10,359 
2,416 
9,383 

xl.767 

©2,900 

©6.200 

969 

521 

1,911 

1.472 

8.193 

©4.394 

22,890 

6,376 
6,215 
6,524 
90,543 
0660 

684 

©1,637 

660 

1,356 

©18,000 

4,955 

939 

1,828 

01,500 

1,037 



550 

339 

286 

1,836 

8,896 

3,229 

17,100 

86,467 

692 

1.085 

886 
768 

4.053 
976 

3.689 

1.431 

442 

2,126 

358 

188 

873 

594 

2,183 

1,534 

7,902 

2,252 

1,700 

1,927 

27,298 

296 

357 

1,010 

283 

57 

5,960 

1,527 
418 
481 
492 
450 



kw 
1,788 
1,128 
1.254 
5.383 

29.941 

9,785 

64,883 

363,810 

2,254 

2,488 

2,537 
2,679 

15,975 
3,233 

14,894 

2.827 

896 

4.891 

1,138 

434 

2,342 
2,048 
7,277 
5,539 
33,973 

7,382 

7,112 

6,453 

88,870 

816 

1,167 
3,369 
1,109 
2,138 
13,686 

3,641 
1.549 
2.268 
1.781 
1,235 



$ 

72,636 

26,446 

27,623 

152,525 

838,121 

428.171 

1,603,544 

8,795,649 

63,728 

76,853 

76,398 
67,909 

328,251 
96,993 

325,234 

89,931 
30,768 
158,129 
43,294 
14,476 

67,651 

48,044 
220,739 
157,546 
891,785 

219,769 

138,020 

207,099 

2,537,062 

23,517 

28,679 
81,688 
24,937 
55,970 
457,499 

150,773 
30,132 
55.451 
53.157 
28.465 



See footnotes on page 164. 



Statement C 



161 



/fD CONSUMPTION 



3;ember 


31, 1970 




















Commercial and/or General Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








.11 


Av- 
erage 








^erage of 
istomers' 
onthly 
lads Billed 




Av- 
erage 


avenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
msurr 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


onthl 
•nsurr 
r Cus 


Cost 
per 








^O S. 


Kwh 








<joSj 


Su S. 


Kwh* 


S 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 




25,185 


2.270,410 


28 


7.007 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




27.332 


1,991,460 


53 


3.131 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




30.465 


2,186,780 


41 


4,391 


1.39 


10.744 


579.670 


10 


401 


4,831 


1.85 


137,646 


12,211.900 


358 


3,231 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1.081.658 


95.396.059 


968 


8.333 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




68.195 


4.650.130 


158 


2,549 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1.074.989 


71.983,256 


1.631 


3,770 


1.49 


1.466.382 


183.632.820 


154 


35,553 


98.410 


0.80 


5.589,049 


433,644,974 


4.564 


8,130 


1.29 


5.048,167 


488.881.352 


892 


118,814 


47.677 


1.03 


44,193 


3,480,932 


87 


3.373 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




51.860 


3,723.700 


110 


2,783 


1.39 


10.390 


1,366,000 


5 


190 


22.767 


0.76 


82.308 


5.660,517 


139 


3,345 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




42.411 


2,894,410 


131 


1,870 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




650.119 


54.085.837 


663 


6,923 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




70.814 


5.541.476 


135 


3,408 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




401.661 


37.136,376 


540 


5,694 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




36.836 


2.232,450 


133 


1,420 


1.65 


38,049 


3,118.640 


17 


955 


14.851 


1.22 


26.751 


1.603,222 


97 


1.377 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




86,123 


5,248,200 


269 


1.629 


1.64 


3.120 


226.100 


7 


76 


2.692 


1.38 


18,709 


1,124.776 


32 


3.289 


1.66 


8,310 


287.925 


3 


184 


6,855 


2.89 


7,756 


539.650 


32 


1.405 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




45.583 


3.174.221 


153 


1.787 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




22,025 


1.604.394 


60 


2.192 


1.37 


11.048 


999,413 


13 


382 


6.406 


1.11 


120.610 


8.958.667 


123 


6.170 


1.35 


14.787 


1,119,560 


25 


471 


3.455 


1.32 


116.380 


8.456,465 


208 


§4.143 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




1,371,733 


111,855,320 


935 


10,023 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




122,616 


7.265.720 


244 


2.560 


1.69 


198,739 


11.864,960 


54 


3,819 


18,656 


1.68 


109,871 


8,282.529 


201 


3.417 


1.33 


96.744 


10,562,336 


33 


2.596 


28.859 


0.92 


110,044 


7.133,268 


206 


2.936 


1.54 


12.889 


969,583 


16 


267 


4.897 


1.33 


1.657,876 


129,280,452 


2.411 


4.461 


1.28 


339.096 


27.962,390 


316 


9.075 


7,445 


1.21 


14,580 


1.104.759 


52 


1.805 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




24,528 


1,847,610 


70 


2.215 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




83.645 


6,569,923 


180 


3.042 


1.27 


* 


* 


>i< 


* 


>i< 




15,372 


1,057,956 


57 


§1,856 


1.45 


19.102 


1.721.260 


8 


419 


19.125 


1.11 


50,058 


3,856,830 


115 


2.807 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




290,119 


22.072.000 


859 


2,141 


1.31 


37.541 


3,048,500 


23 


1,491 


10,369 


1.23 


93,132 


7.743.638 


136 


4.852 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




14,150 


949.780 


36 


2.199 


1.49 


24.852 


2,236.368 


7 


735 


26,623 


1.11 


51.732 


4.312.051 


61 


§6.446 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




35.167 


3.169.250 


43 


6.142 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Ai 




18.831 


1.340.656 


80 


1.405 


1.65 


22.811 


1,002.660 


16 


820 


5.222 


2.28 



162 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENJIltf 
for the Year Ei <«rf^ 













Residential Service 










Peak 


(including flat-rate water-heaters) 














Municipality 






Load 
Decem- 








■Si 


e?e 




Popula- 


Total 


ber 






Cus- 


?, § 3 


<it 




tion 


Customers 


1970 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Moni 
Cons 
perC 


Jh 








kw 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 




Thedford 


725 


312 


862 


25.841 


2.058.800 


247 


697 




Thessalon 


1,776 


605 


1.882 


62,191 


4.659,764 


557 


709 




Thornbury 


1.203 


609 


1,936 


49.675 


3,578,631 


508 


588 


!•• 


Thorndale 


®450 


159 


380 


15.375 


1,230,157 


149 


693 




Thornton 


0315 


121 


295 


10,018 


852.620 


102 


707 




Thorold 


88.900 


2,660 


7,088 


219.903 


14.573.552 


2,396 


509 




Thunder Bay 


106.540 


33,525 


139,902 


2,910,119 


255.328,481 


29,963 


§711 




Tilbury 


3,501 


1,280 


3,616 


87,540 


6,430,275 


1,091 


504 




Tillsonburg 


6.275 


2,783 


9,004 


183,076 


16,067,324 


2,431 


555 




tTimmins 


27,768 


9,379 


23.825 


740,663 


56,261,100 


8.179 


578 




Toronto 


677,232 


218,174 


900.689 


16.083,082 


1,132.758.016 


187,075 


503 




Tottenham 


1,307 


545 


1.339 


38,490 


2.888.150 


476 


583 




Trenton 


13,641 


4,880 


23,685 


390.908 


35,617.244 


4,315 


§685 




Tweed 


1,805 


706 


2,572 


56,439 


5,483.338 


571 


819 




Uxbridge 


3,009 


1,105 


4,021 


106,166 


8,569.596 


922 


780 




VankleekHill 


1.699 


614 


1.884 


47,121 


3,903.405 


518 


633 




Vaughan Twp 


018.747 


6,081 


37,775 


797,113 


57,377.783 


4,965 


968 




Victoria Harbour 


1.155 
4.268 


602 
1,606 


1,229 
6,982 


46,428 
144,786 


3,258,700 
12,788,046 


564 
1,341 


487 
801 




Walkerton 


Wallaceburg 


10.545 


3,776 


18,707 


254,884 


17,948,870 


3,225 


§463 


1 


Wardsville 


325 


185 


400 


10,484 


815,840 


135 


511 




Warkworth 


0550 


257 


684 


22,193 


1,674,850 


201 


696 




Wasaga Beach 


1 480 


946 


1,342 


49,785 


3,143,840 


735 


360 




Waterdown 


2.115 


647 


2,103 


66.316 


5.457,225 


535 


846 




Waterford 


2.421 


911 


2,266 


70.316 


4,625.575 


802 


484 




Waterloo 


34.502 


9,136 


51.310 


1,082.400 


82,445,031 


8,145 


853 




Watford 


1.409 


598 


2.081 


45,470 


4.063,691 


473 


§661 




Waubaushene 


©1.550 


478 


748 


31,066 


2,207,200 


450 


406 




Webbwood 


570 


171 


480 


16.815 


1,194,357 


146 


698 




Welland 


©44.680 


12,268 


43,767 


965,628 


59.977,492 


11,016 


456 




Wellesley 


836 


323 


851 


29,028 


2,399,967 


273 


739 




Wellington 


924 


500 


1,296 


30.804 


2,900.713 


416 


595 




West Lorne 


1.040 
647 


491 
318 


1,796 
828 


33,438 
20,749 


2,764,192 
1.825,910 


430 
243 


543 
631 




Westport 


Wheatley 


1,605 


606 


1,343 


46,546 


3.682.495 


505 


621 




Whitby 


23.689 


6,971 


32,440 


872,395 


68.351,543 


6,241 


911 




Wiarton 


1.945 


874 


2.705 


66,386 


6,126.840 


719 


715 




Williamsburg 


©325 


149 


456 


9.822 


914,721 


112 


§653 




Winchester 


1.588 


647 


2,880 


52,399 


4.888.278 


535 


779 




Windermere 


©xUO 


143 


300 


9,605 


671,160 


133 


424 




See footnotes on page 164. 
















' 



^[D CONSUMPTION 

I ember 31, 1970 



Statement C 



163 



Commercial and/or 


General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












y 

iption 
tomer 


Av- 
erage 








-a 




Av- 
erage 


evenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthl 
Consun: 
per Cus 


Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average 
Custom 
Monthl- 
Loads I 


Monthl: 
Consurr 
per Cus 


Cost 

per 

Kwh* 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 





11,222 


656.520 


56 


977 


1.71 


10,380 


626,860 


9 


252 


6,146 


1.66 


34,441 


2,213,333 


41 


4,145 


1.56 


9.174 


549,610 


7 


194 


6.543 


1.67 


57,639 


3.852,070 


101 


3,210 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,726 


124,886 


7 


1,487 


1.38 


2,948 


115,670 


3 


119 


3,213 


2.55 


4,398 


308.270 


19 


1.284 


1.43 


* 


* 


>ic 


* 


* 


* 


101,313 


5.977,188 


228 


2,224 


1.69 


134,914 


13,373.887 


36 


3,845 


28.948 


1.01 


3,833.185 


378.222.733 


3,562 


§8,891 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


61.854 


4,252.420 


166 


2,154 


1.45 


82,258 


4,601,330 


23 


2,888 


16,671 


1.79 


185.132 


14,072,768 


303 


3.890 


1.32 


114,684 


9,640.791 


49 


3,417 


16,565 


1.19 


488,916 


31,690,100 


1.172 


2.255 


1.54 


38,807 


2,254.600 


28 


1,096 


6.710 


1.72 


2,535,574 


867,897,864 


23.685 


3,027 


1.44 


29,977,045 


3.053.010.580 


7,414 


634,414 


34.360 


0.98 


19.009 


1,180,600 


69 


1,468 


1.61 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


823,524 


91,471,183 


565 


§15,717 


0.90 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


62.700 


5,029,366 


135 


3,163 


1.25 


♦ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


129,303 


8,385,947 


183 


3,798 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


35,950 


2,406,690 


96 


2,078 


1.49 


* 


♦ 


* 


* 


* 


4i 


1,431,032 


123,048,650 


1,116 


9.442 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


20.845 


1,348,390 


38 


2,957 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


201,742 


17,771,437 


265 


5,405 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


• >, 162,107 


11,887,630 


441 


§2,335 


1.36 


855,969 


77,522.490 


110 


18,459 


58.463 


1.10 


8.523 


563,344 


50 


1,079 


1.51 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10.158 


633,950 


56 


961 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


>*< 


* 


49,851 


2,742,857 


210 


1,086 


1.82 


256 


10,960 


1 


8 


913 


2.34 


39,424 


2,817,295 


91 


2,594 


1.40 


10,583 


642,206 


21 


281 


2.817 


1.65 


71.271 


4,620,496 


109 


3,565 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,150.301 


189,342.436 


991 


15,282 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


21.178 


1,388,038 


111 


§1.780 


1.53 


54,101 


4,504,022 


14 


1,451 


26.810 


1.20 


7.610 


504,710 


28 


1,502 


1.51 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


<t< 


6.247 


456,435 


25 


1,585 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


1,901.625 


165,935,619 


1,252 


11,089 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


11.972 


756.450 


50 


1.178 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


* 


19,277 


1,725,408 


84 


1,538 


1.12 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1 19.349 


1,303,586 


47 


2,388 


1.48 


43,613 


2,912,620 


14 


1,208 


17.979 


1.50 


: 14,769 


1,162,250 


75 


1,364 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


i 35.991 


2,392,030 


101 


1,964 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


898.449 


81,797,677 


730 


9,514 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


• 


59.430 


4,606,527 


155 


2.477 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


7,892 


581,730 


37 


§1,515 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 


75,735 
5,214 


8,143,870 
329,900 


112 
10 


6,463 
2,618 


0.93 
1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


♦ 





































164 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVEN^- 
for the Year £^' 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 






Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1970 




kw 


62.060 


234,321 


1,222 


5,117 


850 


3,497 


8,486 


37,371 


211 


520 


464 


1,263 


42,998 


118,995 


339 


960 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 







n 






>.a o 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthl 
Consurr 
per Cus 


kwh 




kwh 


336,446,580 


55.285 


512 


10,194,020 


1,016 


§827 


7,663,540 


783 


828 


62,590,074 


7.499 


700 


1,264,115 


174 


618 


2,679,302 


422 


536 


257,561,910 


38,874 


539 


2,380,160 


272 


735 



Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge. 
Woodstock... 
Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 



196,387 
2,833 

2,457 

24,824 

463 

1,224 

142,025 

717 



5,297,979 

104,897 

76,608 

806.433 

15,260 

32,445 

2,946,222 

30,937 



U'S 



NOTES 

* The asterisks in the Industrial Power Service columns indicate that for these municipalities all statistics for forme aia 
commercial, commercial, and industrial power service have been combined in service under the general rate. 

For most of the utilities where the rate was introduced during 1970, a weighted average monthly consumption for resi iti 

and general -rate service has been used. This provides more appropriate figures than would result from using the ave e ( 

the 1969 and 1970 year-end numbers of customers in the calculation. 
§ Monthly consumption per customer is based on a weighting of the number of year-end customers. See paragraph 2 t 

above note. 
© Population has been estimated. In areas where Regional government has been introduced, the population of each of the in 

municipal components in the Region is no longer published by the Ontario Municipal Board, 
t Retail service is provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
X Summer population is excluded. 

♦ For industrial power service customers the relationship between power demands and energy use is an important fa r 
establishing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. See Introduction to Statement C. 

% The use of bold-face figures for December peak loads indicates that power locally generated or purchased has been in ;d- 
with the power supplied by Ontario Hydro. 



Statement C 



165 



CONSUMPTION 



Kmber 31, 1970 




















f 

'■ Commercial and/or General Service 














(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 






j 






.11 


Av- 
erage 










1^ 


Av- 
erage 


flsvenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthl 
Consurr 
per Cus 


Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average 
Custom 
Monthl- 
Loads E 


Monthl: 
Consum 
per Cus 


Cost 
per 

Kwhf 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 





$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 




8.841,815 


860.424.180 


6.775 


10.779 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




65.215 


4.813.185 


171 


§2,549 


1.35 


69,698 


5,753,779 


35 


2.035 


13,507 


1.21 


33.885 


2,828.417 


56 


4,209 


1.20 


50,395 


5,779.516 


11 


1.285 


45,869 


0.87 


1.312,210 


124.112,775 


987 


10,559 


1.06 


* 


* 


>i< 


* 


* 




6,288 


426.880 


37 


988 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




18,262 


1.252.170 


35 


3.025 


1.46 


14,175 


909.600 


7 


392 


10,829 


1.56 


4.110.174 


373,994,236 


4,124 


7,524 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




16.819 


826,316 


61 


1,157 


2.04 


4,546 


307,555 


6 


91 


4.272 


1.48 

























IP 



166 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



A.M.E.U. 


- Association of Municipal 




Electrical Utilities 


C.L.C. 


- Canadian Labour Congress 


ehv 


- extra-high- voltage 


G.S. 


- Generating Station 


hp 


- horsepower 


kv 


-kilo volt (s) 


kva 


- kilovolt-ampere(s) 


kwh 


- kilowatt-hour (s) 


M.E.U. 


- Municipal Electrical Utilities 



mm - minimum 

- minute (20-min) 
mw - megawatt 

N.P.D. - Nuclear Power Demonstration 
O.M.E.A. - Ontario Municipal Electric 





Association 


s.s. 


- Switching Station 


T.S. 


- Transformer Station 


Twp. 


- Township 



INDEX 

In the index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given 
for the alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in the Commission's financial 
statements or in Statements A, B, and C. 



A 

Abitibi Canyon G.S 36 

—Paper Co. Ltd 37 

— River 7 

Accident prevention 34 

— frequency rate 34 

— severity rate 34 

Accidents, fatal, number of 34 

Accounting system for M.E.U 90 

Accreditation of employee associations 33 

Adjustments to cost, annual 21 

Advances from the Province 49 

Advisory commissions 1 

Aguasabon G.S 37 

Air conditioning iii 

— pollution iv, 9 

Air-quality control 9 

Alarm centre 10, 28 

Algoma Area 82 

All-electric service 79 

Alliston Area 81 

Amalgamation of Port Arthur and 

Fort William 20 

Amenities 4, 10 

Amortization of frequency 

standardization cost 13, 18, 46 

Annual Summary 4, 5 

Area offices, number of 78 

Amprior Area 81 

Assets of the Commission 4, 5, 14 

see also Financial Statements 

—fixed, of the M.E.U 88, 92-141 

—total, of the M.E.U 88, 90 

Assistance for rural construction, 

Provincial 15 

— to agriculture 2 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities v 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 19, 27 

Aubrey Falls G.S 36 

Audit of M.E.U. accounts 91 

Automated operation 9 

Average consumption per customer 

see Consumption 
Average cost per kwh 

see Cost 



B 

Balance sheet, Commission 14, 15 

— sheets, municipal 94-141 

Bancroft Area 81 

Bargaining, collective 32 

— by employee engineers 33 

Barrett Chute G.S 36 

Barrie Area 81 

Beachville Area 80 

Beamsville Area 80 

Beck, Sir Adam, - Niagara No. 1 G.S 36 

— Sir Adam, - Niagara No. 2 G.S 36 

Pumping-Generating Station 36 

Biological methods for brush control 10 

Bolometer 10 

Bonds, increase in 12 

— issued by the Commission 12, 47, 48 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

— maturing within five years 19 

Books of account of M.E.U 90 

Bowmanville Area 80 

Bracebridge Area 81 

Brampton Area 80 

Brantford Area 80 

Brockville Area 81 

Bruce G.S iv, 4, 12, 27 

—Heavy Water Plant 8, 27, 28 

— Nuclear Development 27 



Cameron Falls Colony 9 

—Falls G.S 37 

Canadian National Railways 28 

— Niagara Power Company 37 

— Standards Association 21 

— Union of Operating Engineers 32 

— Union of Public Employees 32 

CANDU 27 

Capacity added in 1970 2 

— dependable, of hydrauHc resources 36, 37 

— dependable peak 3, 4, 5, 6, 36-39 

defined 35 

sources of purchased power 37 

— installed iii, iv 

— of combustion-turbines installed 37 



Index 



167 



Capacity 

— of Commission resources 36-39 

— power 8 

Capital construction program 26, 27 

— expenditures 27 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

—investment of the M.E.U 94-141 

Caribou Falls G.S 37 

Cayuga Area 80 

Central Region 2, 80, 82 

Chats Falls G.S 36 

Chemical brush control 10 

Chenaux G.S 36 

Chimney at R. L. Hearn G.S iv, 4 

Choice of fuel 25 

Classes of rural service defined 78, 79 

Clinton Area 80 

Coal iv 

deHveries 29 

Cobden Area 81 

Cobourg Area 81 

Collective agreements 32 

Combustion chambers, smokeless 10 

Combustion-turbine units 7, 37 

Commerce Court 21 

Commercial service 

M.E.U 90 

rural 83 

Commissioners 1 

Commission-owned distribution facilities.... 85 

Communications 10 

COMPEC 21 

Computer usage 32 

Conciliation 32 

Conference and Development Centre 32 

Construction costs iv 

— craft unions 33 

— industry 33 

— program 21, 25, 26, 31 

— trades 33 

Consumption, average per customer 83, 86 

farm service 19, 83 

industrial power service 83, 86 

municipal service 86 

rural service 83 

Consumption of energy 

direct customers 24, 41 

municipalities 22, 40 

rural 41 

Contracts with Quebec suppHers 6 

Control of woody growth 10 

Co-operative Marketing Program for 

Electric Commissions 21 

Co-ordinating committees for 

environment 34 

Cost allocated to customers 13, 69 

— average per kwh v 

municipal systems 86 

rural service 83 

— Commission 11, 13, 69 

—of fuel 11, 19 

— of labour and materials 19 

— of operation 13 

— of power supply to M.E.U. defined 24 

— of primary power 13, 69 

adjustments, annual 13, 69 

statement of 50-67 

— of providing service 13, 69 

— of purchased power 13 

see also Financial Statements, 
cost 



Costing load of the municipalities 50-67 

Costs, increase in iii 

— of the Commission 11, 13 

see also Financial Statements, 
cost 

Court of Appeal 34 

Craft unions 33 

CUPE 

see Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 
Customers 

direct 1, 11, 13, 20, 24 

farm 21 

number of 20 

direct 20 

farm 20, 80-82 

municipal 92, 93 

retail 20 

rural 23, 80-82 

served by M.E.U 20, 93, 141 

ultimate served 20 

number served in urban communities 20 



D 



Damage by wind 8 

Data acquisition and control system 28 

— acquisition network 10 

Debt, debentures, M.E.U 89, 92-141 

— from borrowings 12, 15 

— long-term of the Commission 

see Financial Statements, 
liabilities 
—of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities, debt 

— payable in U.S. funds 48 

— retirement 13, 15, 18, 48 

DeCew Falls G.S 36 

Demand charge 21 

Dependable peak capacity 4, 5 

of East System 8, 38 

of Northwestern Region 9, 39 

Depreciation, accumulated 
Commission 

see Financial Statements 
M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

— provision for 11, 13, 14, 18 

Description of main classes of rural 

service 78, 79 

Des Joachims G.S 36 

Detroit Edison Company 37 

Deutsch Marks, borrowing in 48 

Diesel-electric generation 7 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities. Commission- 
owned 12, 44 

Diversity in stream flows 36, 37 

Dosimetry services 34 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station 27 

Dryden Area 82 

Dundas Area 80 



E 



East Elgin Area 80 

—System 2, 1,82 

Eastern Region 2, 81, 82 

East-west tie-line 7 

Electric heating iii, 21, 30, 79 

Electrical uses in industry 21 



168 



Index 



Employee relations 32 

Employees, number of 4, 5 

Energy charge 22 

— consumption 

see Consumption 
— delivered by Commission to 

M.E.U 22,39,41 

— generated and purchased 4, 5, 37, 38 

— primary, delivered to inter- 
connected utilities 39, 41 

— produced 6 

by hydro-electric generating 

stations 36, 37 

by thermal-electric units 36, 37 

for commercial load 4, 5, 37, 38 

— purchased 37, 39 

by M.E.U 39,40 

— requirements iii, 6 

Energy supplied 4, 5, 39, 40, 41 

to direct industrial customers 24, 39, 41 

to interconnected systems 39, 41 

to M.E.U 22, 39, 40 

to retail customers 39, 41 

Environment 4 

quality of iii 

study of 25 

Environmental changes 26 

—control 21, 22, 34 

Equities accumulated through 

debt retirement charges 

and interest 15, 90, 94-141 

Equity of M.E.U. in Ontario Hydro 

systems 90 

Essex Area 80 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 33 

Exchange on debt 12 

Executive Council of the Province 

of Ontario 1 

Expenditures on fixed assets 11, 45 

see also Financial Statements, 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities, 
expense 

Export of power 11 

Exposure to radiation 34 

Extra-high-voltage lines 8, 28 



Farm customers 21 

— service 41 

defined 78 

— services, number of 80-82 

Fatalities, number of 34 

Fenelon Falls Area 81 

Financial features of the Commission 2 

—operations of M.E.U 94-141 

Financial Statements — 

advances from the province 15, 49 

assets 14 

assets, fixed 14, 44, 45 

assistance, provincial 14, 15 

balance sheet 14, 15 

bonds payable 15, 47, 48 

capital 15 

cost of power 13, 50-67 

— of providing service 13, 50-67 

depreciation 13, 14, 18, 46 

frequency standardization 13, 17, 18, 46 

funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 15 



Financial Statements — 

operations, financial, statement of 13 

pension and insurance fund 33 

reserve provision 13 

revenue 13 

sinking fund equity 15, 17 

stabilization of rates 16, 17 

First-aid services 34 

Fixed assets, investment in, M.E.U 94-141 

Flue-gas desulphurization research 30 

Foreign currencies 12 

Fort Frances Area 82 

Fort William 20 

Frankford Area 81 

Frequency rate of accidents 34 

— rate of motor- vehicle accidents 34 

— standardization 2 

see also Financial Statements, 
frequency standardization 

Fuel handling 25 

— storage 28 



Garbage disposal iii 

Gas emission iv 

— natural iv, 4, 29 

Gatineau Power Company 6 

General rate 88, 144-165 

revenue of M.E.U 86, 94-141 

—service 79, 80-83, 94-141, 144-165 

customers, number of 87 

Generating capacity added 38, 39 

— stations 36, 37 

see also individual listings 
see also Financial Statements, 
assets 

Generation development 26, 27 

Georgia 8 

Georgian Bay Region 2, 81, 82 

Geraldton Area 82 

Government of Canada 32 

Great Lakes Power Corporation 7, 37 

Growth margin 6 

Guelph Area 80 

Guide to the Report 4 



H 



Harmon G.S 36 

Hazards to health 34 

Hearn, Richard L., G.S iv, 4, 29, 36 

Health of employees 34 

— physics group 34 

Heating, electric iii, 21 

Heavy- water plant 34 

Helicopters 10 

Herbicides 10 

High- voltage tests 30 

Hog raising 21 

Holden, Otto, G.S 36 

Hospital services 34 

Huntsville Area 81 

Hydro-electric capacity to be added 26 

— energy generated 36, 37, 38 

— generating facilities 9, 11, 12, 36, 37 

— Power Commission, defined 1 

— production 36, 37 

— resources 36, 37 

Hydrogen sulphide inhalation 34 

Hydrological studies 26 

Hydro-Quebec Power Commission 26, 37 



Index 



169 



Ice formation at Lakeview G.S 26 

Income, net, of M.E.U 94-141 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, revenue 

Increase in borrowing 11 

— in cost of coal 29 

— in demand 11 

— in generating capacity iii, iv 

— in installed capacity 26 

— in miles of rural line 23 

— in power requirements during 1970. ...38, 39 

— in price of fuel 11 

— in rates 11 

— in revenue from rate changes 22 

— in wage levels iv 

India 9 

Industrial customers, see Customers 

direct 
— power service 40, 41, 83 

M.E.U 86,144-165 

rural 83 

Inflation iv, 22 

Inhalation of hydrogen sulphide 34 

Injury frequency rate 34 

— severity rate 34 

Insurance fund 33 

Interconnected systems 20, 21 

— utilities 39, 41 

Interconnection between East and 

West Systems 2, 7, 10 

— with Manitoba Hydro 28 

Interest rates iv, 11, 90 

Interim billing 50-67 

— rates to municipalities 2, 21, 50-67 

Interruptible load 38 

Investment of M.E.U. in 

fixed assets 89, 94-141 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, assets 



J. Clark Keith G.S. 

see Keith, J. Clark, 
Jet Ranger helicopter 



G.S. 



.10 



K 



Kapuskasing Area 82 

Keith, J. Clark, G.S 36 

Kenora Area 82 

Kent Area 80 

Kingston 28 

Area 81 

Kirkland Lake Area 82 



Labour relations 32 

Lake Huron 27 

Lakeview G.S 25, 36 

Lambton Area 80 

— Cotmty 21 

—G.S iv, 2, 6, 12, 25, 26, 36 

Landscaping of rights of way 10 

— of stations 10 

Legislature of Ontario 1 

Lennox G.S iv, 4, 28, 29 



Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

Lieutenant-Governor in Council 1 

Listowel Area 80 

Little Long G.S 36 

Load cut under interruptible contracts 38 

— forecast, variation in 12 

— growth forecast 25 

London Area 80 

Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

of M.E.U 94-141 

Lower Notch G.S iv, 2, 4, 12, 26, 27 



M 



Maclaren-Quebec Power Company 6, 37 

Maintenance 9 

Management Identification and 

Development 32 

Manby, A. W., T.S 10 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 26, 28, 37 

Manitou Falls G.S 37 

Manitoulin Area 82 

Manpower requirements 32 

Margin of reserve capacity 38, 39 

— of net income 90 

Marketing boards 21 

— program 21 

Markham Area 80 

Material-handling equipment 29 

Matheson Area 82 

McRae, I.F v 

Medical services 34 

Mental health of employees 34 

Metropolitan Toronto 29 

Michigan Power Pool 8 

Microwave facilities 28 

— network 10 

Minden Area 81 

Mining industry 6, 21 

Miscellaneous revenue of M.E.U 90 

Mississagi River iv, 2, 6 

—T.S 7 

Mobile homes 21 

Modular construction 21 

Montreal River iv, 4, 26 

Morale of employees 34 

Mountain Chute G.S 36 

Municipal distribution systems 94-165 

— electrical service supplement 85 

—electrical utilities 1, 2, 11, 18, 20, 85, 

94-165 

accounts 94-141 

assets, fixed, at cost 94-141 

commercial service 86, 87, 144-165 

cost, average per kwh 86, 87, 144-165 

cost of power 50-67 

customers served 4, 5, 20, 86, 94-141 

debt 89,94-141 

depreciation 94-141 

energy consumption 39, 40, 86 

—supplied 22, 50-67 

equity in Ontario Hydro 

systems 94-141 

expense 90, 94-141 

financial operations 94-141 

income, see revenue 



170 



Index 



Municipal electrical utilities 

industrial power service 86, 144-165 

net income 94-141 

number of 20 

power supplied 22, 50-67, 144-165 

rates, interim 50-67 

residential service 86, 144-165 

revenue 94-141 

— systems, number of 20 

Municipalities 20, 94-165 



N 



Nanticoke G.S iv, 4, 12, 28 

Negotiations with unions 32 

Net revenue of M.E.U 90, 94-141 

New Liskeard Area 82 

Newmarket Area 80 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 8, 37 

—Region 1,80,82 

— River 7 

Nipigon 9 

Nobel Linemen Training School 32 

Noise, industrial 34 

North Bay Area 82 

Northeastern Region 2, 28, 82 

Northwestern Region 2, 7, 82 

Nova Scotia 8 

Nuclear electric developments 26 

— electric generation i v 

— Power Demonstration 7 

— Training Centre 9, 32 

Number of employees, average 4, 5, 31 

— of retail customers served 20, 85 

— of rural customers served 80, 82, 83 

— of ultimate customers served 20 

Nursing service 34 

O 

Oil iv 

O.M.E.A., see Ontario Municipal 

Electric Association 

Ontario Court of Appeal 34 

—Hydro 1970 4 

— Labour Relations Act 33 

— Labour Relations Board 34 

— Minnesota Pulp and Paper 

Company Limited 37 

Ontario Municipal Electric Association v 

—Power G.S 36 

— Water Resources Commission 10 

Operations, statement of 

Commission 13 

see also Financial Statements, 
operations 
municipal 94-141 

see also Municipal electrical 

utilities, financial operations 

Orangeville 8, 32 

Area 81 

Orders for materials and equipment 29 

Orillia Area 81 

Ottawa River 7 

— Valley Power Company 37 

Otter Rapids G.S 36 

Outdoor testing laboratory 30 

Output of hydro-electric stations 36, 37 

Overhead charges 19 

Overtime work, refusal of 32, 34 

Owen Sound Area 81 



Parry Sound Area 81 

PASNY, see Power Authority of the 

State of New York 

Patricia Area 82 

Peak loads of direct industrial 

customers 24 

—loads of M.E.U 22 

Penetanguishene Area 81 

Pension and Insurance Fund 33 

— calculation 32 

Personnel policy 32 

Perth Area 81 

Peterborough Area 81 

Pickering G.S iv, 2, 12, 26, 27, 30 

Picton Area 81 

Point Tupper 8 

Pollution iv 

control 10, 29, 30 

Port Arthur 20 

—Elgin 28 

— Hawkesbury 8 

Poultry farming 19 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York 37 

— Commission Act 1, 2 

— development program 26, 27 

— produced for commercial load 36, 37 

— purchased 6, 37, 39 

— requirements iii, iv, 6, 38, 39 

— resources 36, 38, 39 

— supply 1 

Precast concrete 30 

Precipitators, electric iv 

Printing industry 21 

Program of capital construction 26, 27 

Progress on power developments 26 

Prototype equipment iv 

Province of Ontario 1 

Provincial advances 15, 49 

Provision for depreciation 13, 18, 46 

— for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 13, 16, 17 

Public Utilities Act 2 

Purchased energy 38 

Q 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission 26, 37 



Radiation exposure 34 

Rajasthan nuclear project 9 

Rate adjustment 90 

— increase 22 

— stabilization reserve 16, 17, 69 

Rates V 

in effect 85, 86 

increases in iii 

interim 50-67 

rural 78 

Rayner, George W., G.S 36 

Rebates to municipalities. 51-67 

Recycling of waste products iii 

Red Rock Falls G.S 36 

Refunds to municipalities 
see Rebates 

Regular employees 31 

Regulatory powers 2 



Index 



171 



Rehabilitation of warehousing 

facilities 29 

Remission of medical plan premiums 34 

Requirements, energy 39 

— of direct customers 39, 41 

—power 4, 5, 38, 39 

— primary energy 39 

Research 30 

Reserve capacity 22, 38, 39 

— for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 2, 18, 69 

see also Financial Statements, 
reserve provision 

Reserves of power 38, 39 

Residential service v, 40 

municipal systems 86, 87 , 144-164 

revenue of M.E.U 90 

rural 78, 79, 80, 83 

Resources 3, 4, 5, 36, 37, 38 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

hydro-electric 36, 37 

thermal-electric 36, 37 

Respiratory diseases 34 

Retail customers 11, 20 

number 20, 85 

special 24 

— distribution facilities 12, 44 

— distribution of electricity 86, 87 

— rates 2 

—service. 2, 85, 86, 87 

by Commission 20 

by M.E.U 144-165 

Revenue of the Commission 4, 5, 11, 13 

from direct customers 11, 13, 50-67 

from export of secondary energy..! 1, 13, 19 

from M.E.U 11, 13, 86 

from retail customers 11, 13, 86 

from rural customers 83 

from sales of power and energy 13 

—of M.E.U 90, 94-141 

Richard L. Heam G.S. 

see Heam, Richard L., G.S. 

Richview Control Centre 10 

— T.S 10,28 

Rolphton 9, 32 

Rural all-electric rate 78 

— assistance, Provincial 15 

— customers, number of 23, 80-82 

— distribution facilities 80-82 

— electrical service 23, 80-82 

— energy consumption 40, 41 

— general service, defined 78 

— Hydro-Electric Distribution Act 2 

— residential service 83 

defined 78 

— residential intermittent occupancy 

service defined 78 



Safety requirements 21 

St. Clair River iv 

St. Lawrence River 7 

Sales of energy 2, 40, 41 

— of secondary energy 11, 13, 19 

Samia 2 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence G.S 36 

Savannah River 9 

Secondary energy 11, 13, 38, 39, 41 

revenue 13, 19, 41 

Selection of sites 25 

Severity rate of accidents 34 



Sewage treatment iii 

Silver Falls G.S 37 

Simcoe Area 80 

Sinking fund — of the Commission 16 

see also Financial Statements, 
sinking fund 

—fund of M.E.U 89 

— fund provision 13, 16, 18 

Smother crops for controlling 

woody growth 10 

Stabilization of rates and 

contingencies reserve 12, 16 

Staff in service abroad 32 

— statistics 4, 5, 31 

Standard accounting system of M.E.U 90 

Statutes of Ontario 1 

Stayner Area 81 

Stewartville G.S 36 

Stoney Creek Area 80 

Stop and Think program 34 

Street lighting revenue of M.E.U 90 

Stratford Area 80 

Strathroy Area 80 

Stream flows 7 

variation in 12 

Strike 32 

Strikes in automotive industry iii, 6 

— in mining industry 6 

Students employed 31 

Sudbury 8 

Area 82 

Sulphur dioxide emission 4, 30 

Supplemental power 8 

Supply 29 



Telemetering equipment 10 

Temporary employees 31 

Terrace Bay Area 82 

Testing activities 30 

Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 26 

— energy generated 36, 37, 38 

— generating stations iv, 4, 6, 11, 12, 26, 

36, 37, 44, 45 

— generation iv, 19 

— operations 8 

— resources 36, 37 

Thermal load 30 

Thermo-vision camera 10 

Thunder Bay 20 

Area 82 

Timmins Area 82 

Toronto 2, 21, 28 

Power G.S 36 

Toxic materials 34 

Training and development 31 

Transfer from reserve to 

offset costs 13, 17, 69 

Transformer stations 12, 25, 28, 44, 45 

Transmission lines 12, 25, 28, 44, 45 

miles in service 4, 5, 42 

Transportation iii 

Trend in costs iv 

Tweed Area 81 



U 



Ultimate customers served 20 

Uniform classification of revenues 

and expense 91 



172 Index 



United Nations 32 

—States V, 11 

University of Guelph 10 

Use of rights of way for public purposes 10 

V 

Vacuum building 30 

—load 30 

Vankleek Hill Area 8J 

W 

Walkerton Area 81 

Wallaceburg Area 80 

Warren Area 82 

Water heating 21 



WawaT.S 7 

Welland Area gg 

Wells G.S iv, 2, 6, 12,"26 

Western Region 2, 80, 82 

West Lome Area so 

— System 2, 7 

Whitedog Falls G.S 37 

Winchester Area SI 

Wind load 30 

Withdrawals from reserve for 

stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 13, 16, 17, 18 

Work-to-rule tactics 32 

Y 

Year-round residential service 83 







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